New Patient Experience

What To Expect

During your first appointment, your overall dental and oral health will be assessed with a comprehensive oral evaluation. Upon completion of your medical/dental health form, we will ask you to tell us your goals regarding your smile, teeth, and gums. Digital photos and X-rays will be taken of your teeth to identify areas of decay, cracked teeth, and malfunctioning restorations. CariVu™ (a specialized tool) will also be used on your teeth, notifying us of early areas of decay that are not visible on the X-ray or digital photographs. Our goal is to preserve as much of your teeth as possible by catching decay in its earliest stages. We’ll also assess your gums and recommend the appropriate hygiene treatment for you.

Financial Info

You should be as comfortable with your financial options as you are when receiving treatment. Dr. Farless’ business team will file insurance claims as a courtesy to you. We accept payment from most of these plans and you are responsible for any remaining balance not paid by your insurance company. For questions regarding your specific plan, please call us. Our business team has years of experience in answering insurance questions.
Dr. Farless accepts:
• Checks
• Cash
• Visa, MasterCard, and American Express
• Insurance payments
• Financing through CareCredit™ (with options that fit most budgets and situations).

In addition, we have several payment options available that we would be happy to discuss with you before major treatment.

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