New Patient Information
We appreciate you letting us be your dentist. We look forward to building a relationship and getting to know you. We want to make this process as easy as possible for you. Please see the links below for all the paper work you will need for your first visit. Completing these ahead of time will help you spend less time in the waiting room and get right in to see Dr. Fraser. If you have any questions, don’t hesitate to call and let us know.
Please print and fill out these forms so we can expedite your first visit:
We know you have many choices when choosing a dentist, so we have made requesting an appointment as easy as possible. Just click on that link, and start the journey to a relaxing and healthy dentist visit. If for any reason you cannot keep a scheduled appointment, or will be delayed, please call us as soon as possible.
We Accept Most Insurance Plans
Contact our office to verify acceptance of your plan. Jennifer Fraser, D.M.D. does not participate in Health Management Organizations. However, we will be happy to file your insurance claims for you. We accept checks, cash or credit cards. We also offer flexible payment plans. Please see our financial coordinator for details.
We also invite you to take a few moments to review these helpful dental insurance tips:
- Dental insurance is unique to the individual – each insurance plan is different based on custom patient agreements. In many cases coworkers who have the same provider will have completely different coverage. Review your plan, and feel free to ask questions.
- Pre-treatment estimates – one way to ensure you’re prepared for the cost of treatment is to request a pre-treatment estimate. Our financial coordinator can request a cost estimate from your provider in order to give you a better idea what the out of pocket expense for a specific treatment will be. This estimate is just that – estimated. The actual price may differ based on additional treatments required, current eligibility, insurance maximums, deductible requirements, and other variables.
- In-network providers – the dentist may or may not be an “in-network” provider for your insurance plan. Regardless, the patient is responsible for the cost of treatment, but working with a dentist in an insurance network of providers often means patients save money.
- Dental Plans in general – dental benefit plans are created to encourage patients to take preventive steps to keep teeth healthy. Preventive dental appointments are covered by the majority of plans at 100%, and the more complex the treatment option, the lower the coverage percentage. Additionally, there are typically numerous limitations and exclusions to the number, type, and cost of any treatment in a plan year. Take a look at your dental coverage booklet for these specific numbers, and if you do not have access to this, ask your employer or insurance administrator where you can find the information.