Home New Patients
If you are coming to see us for the first time we'd like to provide you with some information you will need. On this page you can find the necessary forms you will need to fill out before your first visit. Please print off the forms, fill them out, and bring them along with you.
Our goal is to provide you with quality dental care solutions that fit your budget. We have a variety of payment methods including cash, debit card, Visa, MasterCard, American Express, and Discover. We also provide patient financing for your treatment through Care Credit. When you are on a treatment plan you have the option of paying for your treatment as a lump sum or paying for the treatment as you go.
We honor most major insurance plans and we aim to provide treatment estimates that are as accurate as possible. Because every insurance policy is different, we can't guarantee your insurance company will agree to cover your treatment. Most dental insurance plans and policies are not meant to provide 100% coverage of all dental treatment costs. Check with your insurance provider or employer to determine what percentage they cover.
We will file your insurance claim directly from our office, but you are responsible for paying the patient portion of the claim at the time of filing. You are responsible for checking to see if Atlantis Dental is a preferred provider under your insurance plan. We allow 45 days from the date of filing for your insurance company to pay us your claim. If your insurance company does not pay us within 45 days you will become responsible for the full balance. Note that most insurance companies will not disclose the exact amount they will pay for treatment until your entire treatment is completed and a claim has been submitted. Prior to submitting a claim they will state only what percentage of the cost they will cover. We will work to ensure that your claim value is maximized.
Your dental insurance is only between you and your insurance company (and employer, if it is an employee plan). Atlantis Dental has no contract with your insurance company and cannot act on your behalf.