At Metropolitan Endodontics, we’re happy to help you in any way we can. If you have questions about dental insurance coverage, how referrals work, or what you can expect during your treatment, our friendly team has the answers you need. Below, we’ve included some helpful information to prepare you for your first appointment with us. If you have any questions, concerns, or difficulty accessing forms, feel free to reach out so we can help you.
As soon as you enter through our doors, we’ll collect your new patient forms and input all of your information into our system. We’ll then guide you back to a treatment room, where you’ll meet Dr. Shambayati. We’ll collect any necessary oral images that we need using our cone beam CT scanner or digital X-ray imaging device and analyze them. Then, we’ll sit you down and discuss the oral issues you face and our recommended treatment plan. If you have any questions or concerns, we’ll be more than happy to address them.
We ask that all of our new patients download and fill out our forms before their appointment. That way, you can save 15 minutes or so when you come in, and Dr. Shambayati will be able to see you sooner.
At Metropolitan Endodontics, we’re happy to see patients with dental insurance and help maximize your benefits to the best of our abilities. If you have any questions about coverage, our financial coordinator will be happy to address them for you. Below, we’ve included a list of dental insurance plans that we work with. If you don’t see yours, don’t worry, we still likely accept it!
Ask our friendly team if we take your plan.
If you don’t have dental insurance or you need to pay an out-of-pocket amount that you can’t manage in a single payment, we’re proud to also offer additional financing through CareCredit. CareCredit is a third-party financer that offers manageable, flexible monthly payment plans with little to no interest to fit your budget. To apply, simply click on the link below and fill out the application.
The following are some helpful post-op instructions for you to consider:
Flare-ups tend to be rare occurrences but can cause significant pain. They affect teeth that are extremely irritated and/or infected or with teeth that have a history of prior treatment. If you have a flare-up you may experience moderate to severe pain, swelling, throbbing or general discomfort; please contact our office, even after hours.