New Patient Information
Welcome to CityLine Dental! We are always pleased to welcome new patients to our practice, and we look forward to being your family’s partner in oral health for years to come. Find all the information you need to join our practice below.
New Patient Forms
While we do everything we can to minimize the amount of paperwork you have to deal with, there are a few things we need before beginning your dental care. To breeze through your first appointment, take some time to complete our new patient forms and bring them in with you to CityLine Dental. Simply download the forms, fill them out, and have your paperwork ready when you come in for your first visit. With a little advance preparation, we’ll have you through registration and relaxing back in the chair in no time!Download New Patient Forms
Dental Insurance Information
An in-network dentist is one who has come to an agreement with the insurance company to provide care at a certain reduced rate. Out-of-network dentists are not obligated to provide discounted care, and you may have to pay the full amount out of pocket and wait to get reimbursed later.
In an effort to make our superior care as affordable as possible, CityLine Dental is pleased to be in-network with a number of PPO dental insurance plans. Maximize your dental insurance benefits by scheduling a checkup and cleaning twice every year. Your preventive care should be fully covered by your plan, so don’t let it go to waste! Please get in touch with our office to verify your benefits.
Healthy Smiles Are Built on Preventive Care
Want to enjoy your strong, beautiful teeth for a lifetime? Then don’t wait until you are already experiencing an ache or a pain to visit the dentist. Instead, keep up with your regular checkups and cleanings to prevent problems from occurring in the first place. During your twice-annual appointment, your hygienist will rid your smile of the plaque and tartar that cause decay and infection. Then your dentist will check your teeth and gums for infection and decay. Early detection of cavities, gum disease, malfunctioning dental work, and other issues is the key to conservative, efficient treatment.