Here at Davis, Roberts, Boeller, & Rife, we are fully dedicated to listening to our patients and working to earn their trust while also pushing ourselves to continually improve. We hope that you will notice the difference that this philosophy can make during your first visit! So that you fully understand what to expect at your first appointment, we’ve listed some important information on this page; please review it before you call our office.
During the first visit, we’ll go over your medical history and discuss any dental concerns that you’ve had recently. This also gives you a chance to become more familiar with your dentist and the rest of our staff. Your first checkup will include a thorough examination and cleaning. At the end of your visit, we’ll schedule your next appointment; normally, this just means setting up a regular checkup in six months, but we might have to see you sooner if we found any signs of pressing dental issues such as gum disease.
Before we can begin your first appointment, you’ll need to fill out some paperwork first. This is how we obtain important background information that could tell us what sort of dental issues to look out for and what kind of accommodations we might need to make during your visit. Don’t be afraid to ask our staff for help if you have any questions about how to complete these forms; we’re always here to answer your questions! You can print and fill out these forms using the link below.
If you have dental insurance, please get in touch with us with your policy information so that you can check whether we currently accept your plan. We understand that many families use dental insurance to make their care more affordable, and we can discuss your options with you so that you fully understand what kind of coverage you’ll receive if you’re treated at our office. We can also answer any questions you have about the insurance process.
Sometimes the cost of dental care is too much to cover on your own. Third-party financing through CareCredit can take away a lot of the stress that comes with paying for particularly costly or extensive treatments. You’ll be able to pay the cost in a series of monthly installments as part of a carefully chosen plan that fits your family’s financial needs. You can use the link below to apply for a CareCredit plan right now; let us know if there’s anything you don’t understand about the process.