1. How can I make an appointment as a new patient?
You can call our office in Allenstown NH 603-485-8464.
Or you can go to Quick Contact& leave us your information; we will get back to you within 24 Hours.
2.What do I need to bring for my visit?
Your Dental Insurance card.
Your old Dental records if possible.
3. Do you accept referrals?
Absolutely! We actually offer an excellent referral program. If you refer a friend, co-worker or family member to us and they become a new patient, you will receive a $25.00 gift card.
We know that our best new patients come from our existing patients, and we welcome the chance to reward those who appreciate the service and care that we offer.
4. Do you accept my insurance plan?
We do accept most dental insurance plans, and will be glad to help you fill out and file any required paperwork. The only insurance plans that we cannot accept are those that require you to go to a particular dentist.
5. What different payment options do you provide?
We refuse to let finances get in the way of the dental care that you need. That’s why we provide a number of different financing options, including cash, check, credit card and extended payment options such as Care Credit.
6. How can I ask the doctors a question directly?
You’re always welcome to talk to us when you’re in our office-we schedule in time for your questions. If you have questions at other times, you can always call our office or email us and we’ll get back to you as soon as possible. (Email is often the quickest way to reach us.) Of course, our staff members are always available and will be glad to answer any questions for you that they can.
7. What makes you different than any other dental practice I can visit?
We believe that there are many things that set us apart, starting with the fact that we truly do consider you part of the dental team. We’ll listen to you carefully, answer your questions and concerns simply and honestly, and try to provide the dental treatment options that are right for you. We don’t believe you’ll find a practice that is more caring or more concerned about meeting your needs.