New Patients in East Wenatchee, WA
Learn about our financial policy, insurance policy, and our technologies to make your visit a comfortable and easy experience.
Conveniences For You
Options for Every Budget
Financial planning for your dental care is important and we would like you to be well informed about the cost and payment options.
Whether you have been saving for a while, plan on using a low-interest credit card, or just need some direction in choosing the finance company that will fit your situation, we are here to help. We accept:
Our Insurance Policy
We are preferred providers for Delta Dental. If you don’t use Delta Dental, we do file insurance on your behalf and will bill out for all insurance companies.
What our new patients in East Wenatchee, WA should bring: We suggest you bring your insurance card so that we can file our services with your insurance carrier. Be prepared to provide your:
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Nervous for Your First Appointment? Don't Be!
Visiting a new office can be daunting. We understand and want to help!
How can you prepare for your first appointment? Our free download will walk you through what to expect during your first visit with our dentists in Wenatchee, WA.
If you’re still anxious about your visit with us, it’s okay. Call our team and we’ll do everything possible to ensure your appointment is comfortable and worthwhile.
Have Any Questions?
Consult Our FAQs Below!
- Will I get a cleaning at my first appointment?
Typically, yes, but it depends on your oral health situation. Sometimes we may need to schedule two separate appointments for a through comprehensive exam and a cleaning. However, if you’re experiencing an emergency, we’ll do our best to schedule you right away to address the issue immediately. Afterward, we can schedule you back for a cleaning and exam.
- Are you accepting new patients?
Yes! We’re always accepting new patients. No matter your dental situation, we’re here to help!
- If I have recent x-rays, how can I get them?
Just give us the name of your previous dentist and we can contact them for you. Sometimes they may ask you sign a consent form before they can transfer any information to us. To ensure a smooth transition, make sure you contact them about it first.
- How soon will you be able to get me in?
For an emergency, we will do our best to see you soon. For a routine visit, depending on the flexibility of your schedule and ours, we will usually try to get you in as soon as our schedule allows.