New Patient Information

Egert-Kreider Dental New Patient Forms, Financing & Information

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Thank you for choosing Egert-Kreider Dental! Being well-prepared for your first appointment will ensure our dentists have all of the required information in order to provide you with optimal dental care. Please review the information below and print and complete the required forms.

If you have questions regarding your first visit, give us a call at 303.744.3636 or fill out our contact form.

Your Initial Oral Examination

Please arrive 15 min. early so we can gather your paperwork, introduce you to our staff and get you comfortable in our office.

Your initial oral examination includes a visual exam, charting, periodontal probing, diagnosis, and treatment recommendations.

We will also take x-rays, including panoramic x-rays, for proper diagnosis of the anterior (front) and posterior (back) teeth, as well as bite-wing x-rays, for proper diagnosis of proximal decay of posterior teeth.

We look forward to getting to know you and your family!

Forms for New Patients

If you are a new patient, please download, print and complete our three new patient forms before your first exam. Thank you!

Dental Insurance & Patient Financing Options

At Egert-Kreider Dental, we proudly accept most dental insurance plans from Aetna, Delta Dental, Cigna PPO, Humana PPO, MetLife, Blue Cross Blue Shield and GEHA. We also accept cash, checks, credit cards and CareCredit.

In addition to the options above, Egert-Kreider Dental offers a Complete Care Dental Benefit Plan which enables patients without dental insurance to more easily afford Egert-Kreider Dental - New Patients - CareCreditdental health care. If you have questions about our payment options, call us at 303.744.3636 and ask to speak with our Financial Coordinator.

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