Your First Visit
The consultation appointment is a great time for you to get to know your oral surgeon and have all of your questions answered. We will walk you through each step of your journey and outline your treatment options in detail.
- Many anesthesia and sedation options available
- Online registration and referral forms
- Comfortable waiting areas
What to Bring
Please bring these items with you to the consultation. You can submit the patient registration forms ahead of time and submit them online. If you do not submit the forms in advance, we ask that you arrive a few minutes early on the day of your appointment to complete these forms. If you have X-rays from another office, you can request that they be forwarded to our office before your appointment.
- Referral slip
- List of current medications
- Dental or medical insurance information
- Valid ID, such as a driver’s license
Parents of Minors
Patients under the age of 18 must be accompanied by a parent or legal guardian to the consultation appointment.
What to Expect
At this visit, we will discuss your oral health concerns and goals for treatment. We may take 3D scans of the head, neck, or face, in addition to performing an oral examination. Your oral surgeon will discuss the diagnosis and options for treatment, then create a custom treatment plan unique to your needs. If surgery is necessary, we will also talk about your options for anesthesia. It’s a good idea to come prepared with a list of questions so that we can address all of them at this time.
Our offices are equipped with state-of-the-art imaging equipment. This technology assists in virtual surgical planning and guidance, diagnosing issues, and more predictable clinical outcomes.
Financial & Insurance Information
Kitsap Oral, Maxillofacial & Dental Implant Surgery accepts many methods of payment to make care more accessible to our patients. We also accept most major insurance plans. To find out the details of your dental coverage, contact your insurance provider directly. Please remember that you are responsible for fees due at the time of service regardless of your insurance coverage unless prior arrangements were made.
- Debit Card
- American Express®
Our office is one of 225,000 providers nationwide enrolled with CareCredit, a credit card that you can use to pay for out-of-pocket medical expenses. Apply for your credit card online, find out if you’re accepted in just a few minutes, and start using your card to pay for the care you need. With CareCredit, you determine the long or short-term financing options to fit your financial needs. Visit the official CareCredit website to easily apply online.
We encourage you to learn more about our oral surgeons, the procedures we offer, and the overall great experience you can expect at our practice.