New Patient Information – Webster, MA
Helping You Get Ready for Your First Visit
Dr. Ginnard and the rest of our team are proud to welcome you to Webster Lake Dental. We always love the chance to help families smile, and we can’t wait to show you firsthand the difference that cost-effective, comprehensive dentistry can make. Below is some important information that we want all of our new patients to be aware of. This includes some necessary paperwork as well as financial details that you should keep in mind for your first dental appointment.
Your First Visit
Our front desk team will give you a warm greeting when you walk in and ask you to fill out any paperwork that you didn’t complete ahead of time. This will be a good opportunity to ask any remaining questions you might have about our dental office and how things work. Once you’ve been called back to the treatment area, Dr. Ginnard and our hygienists will ask some questions about your oral health history so that they have context when looking for dental problems and cleaning the teeth.
New Patient Forms
Past dental care, current medications, and other important bits of medical information will play a role in determining the kind of care we provide. It’s important for us to choose treatments that take your unique needs into account. You can talk to our front desk staff if you’re uncertain about how to answer the questions. Once the forms are complete, our team will begin processing them, and you’ll be seen as quickly as possible.
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Dental Insurance Accepted
Do you rely on dental insurance to pay for your biannual checkups or new restorations? No family should go without dental care due to affordability issues. We take insurance plans from a variety of major insurance providers, and to help patients maximize their benefits, we are currently in-network with:
- Connection Dental
- United Concordia
- United Health Care
If you don’t feel like you fully understand your benefits, our team is more than happy to help you.
Maybe you don’t have dental insurance at all, or maybe your plan’s coverage is insufficient for your treatment. In either case, it helps to use third-party financing to break up the cost of care instead of trying to pay for everything all at once. We work with CareCredit, which offers a variety of plans with little to no interest attached. You can choose a plan that fits with your personal budget so that you can get the treatment you need now instead of putting it off and risking a more costly procedure later on.