Are you looking for a new dentist? Then, you should definitely consider contacting the office of David R. Reich DDS, Inc. We are dedicated to helping your family stay healthy. We’re currently accepting new patients! Call today (614) 882-4222.
OUR PATIENT FORMS & POLICES
To help give you a jump-start on your first visit, we have posted our first visit documents here. You have 3 options for patient forms. You can:
- Print, populate and bring these documents to your first visit
- Populate and email these documents prior to your first visit
- Arrive a couple of minutes early for your first visit and fill out these forms at our office
Tips to help improve you and your family’s oral health:
Periodontitis is serious. It can destroy the supporting bone and eventually lead to tooth loss. Regular 6-month appointments with your hygienists will help prevent gum disease — the doctor will check you for gum disease during your examination. Treating gum disease early will prevent problems later on in life.
Without proper brushing and flossing, mouths become havens for gum disease. This issue is complicated with inflammation that spreads throughout the body. As a result, gum disease sufferers have a higher chance of developing heart disease or stroke. Dental checkups give professionals a chance to counsel patients on proper mouth care to reduce potential life-threatening issues.
It is important for you to visit your dentist twice a year for a professional examination and cleaning. You will be able to reduce your chances of developing gum disease and tooth decay and improve your overall health.
TOP 5 REASONS TO SEE YOUR DENTIST EVERY SIX MONTHS
WHY IS FLOSSING IMPORTANT?
Despite the fact that flossing is incredibly important to your oral and overall health, experts estimate that 50% of Americans don’t floss every day — and 10% never floss at all! But flossing at least once a day decreases your risk for a host of problems. Read on to learn more about why flossing is such an important part of your oral hygiene routine.
Review Our Financial Policy
Care Credit is a GE Money Company, which offers no-interest financing with low minimum monthly payments designed to fit your budget. Many of our patients who do not have dental insurance use Care Credit to obtain the desired dental treatment with a very easy method to cover the cost. You can apply online yourself using the following link, or we can assist you when in our office. www.carecredit.com
If you have dental insurance, we will be happy to complete and submit your claim forms. Your insurance company will provide benefits according to the provision of your particular policy. With the exception of covered preventive care, you will be expected to pay a portion of the charge at the time of the initial treatment/procedure.
We are happy to submit a pre-treatment estimate for more extensive dental care to your insurance company. Your insurance company will notify you of the amount they will cover in advance of treatment. Please feel free to contact us with any questions or concerns you may have.
Treatment plans and recommendations are based on what is best for you. There may be times when your covered benefits do not include all recommended treatment. You will be expected to pay for any non-covered services but we will work with you and your plan to make sure you receive full benefits from your policy.