Your Friendly Neighborhood Dentists Near Washington PA.
Dental Designs of Washington feels very much like you’re visiting an office where cool people work — with ample parking, big windows, a comfortable waiting area with TV and free wifi, plus a fully wheelchair-accessible floor plan that keeps all of our activity on a single floor. Heck, even our dental chairs have optional heat and massage features.
But there are some additional things you’ll need to know and want to do before your first visit here. Use the links on this page to cover just about everything you need to get started on improved dental health by design.
Beginning Our Relationship: Your First Visit With Us — Call Or Email.
Choosing a dentist and complete dental care practice for you or your family is a big decision. You should definitely reach out to us by phone or e-mail in advance of taking a single step toward becoming a patient.
We need to understand your immediate dental needs, your short- and long-term goals for dental health, and we want to put you at ease about your first visit, and our professional, compassionate dental care immediately. All of that should happen before you take any next steps.
Next Steps: Complete Confidential Patient Forms, Dental Insurance & Preparation In Advance.
The next step is to complete your adult or minor patient information forms. We encourage you to use our simple on-line interface to securely complete your adult or minor patient information forms. (This will spare you some writing by hand — and by doing them at home, you have access to the information you’ll need.) If you have an appointment date scheduled with us, you can use our on-line form system.
If you prefer to write them out by hand or don’t yet have an appointment, use the link below to download and print the forms — though we do urge you to complete them before your first visit so we can get started right away.
The additional pages in this section will help guide you through everything you need to know to make your first visit a breeze — details on insurance, office policies, frequently asked questions, and more.
We accept most major dental insurance plans, including United Concordia, Delta, Guardian, Cigna, Aetna, MetLife, Coventry, UPMC, Gateway and United Healthcare. We also accept cash and most major credit cards, and can set up additional financing if necessary through nationally available Care Credit.