Q:  Do you accept my insurance plan?

A:  Our office is a participating provider for a number of insurance plans. We are happy to file your claims for you. As a participating provider, you are also entitled for “in-network” discounts of your oral surgery fees.

Q:  Do you accept referrals

A:  Most of our patients are referred to us from their primary dentist or insurance plan. Many patients are referred to us from previous patients and their families. The personal referrals are some of the best to receive, because it means that we have achieved our goal of providing exceptional treatment and service to the patient who referred their friend or family member. Thank you for your referrals.

Q:  What are your payment options?

A:  We offer a variety of payment options in order to help accommodate our patients. Payment for the patient’s estimated portion is due at the time of service. We accept cash, and major credit cards. In order to make financial arrangements simple and easy for our patients, we offer Care Credit, an instant-approval, interest free payment plan that you can apply for online or in the office.

To apply now, follow this link to www.carecredit.com.

Q:  What do I do if I have an emergency after office hours?

A:   Our patients always have direct access to Dr. Rezvani in the event of an emergency. Please call the office at 214-383-3883. After business hours, you will be given the option to be connected with Dr. Rezvani. He always has his phone and will either answer your call immediately, or call you back within a reasonable time frame. Of course, if you are having any type of life threatening emergency, you should always call 911 immediately.

Q:  I’m really nervous about visiting the dentist for even a cleaning. The thought of actually having surgery scares me. What can I do?

A:    Feeling nervous and fearful is a normal part of dealing with the unknown. Our patients are treated with kindness and respect. We offer options for anesthesia which make the experience calm and relaxing. Our patients may choose local anesthesia combined with nitrous oxide sedation or they may choose to be completely sedated using intravenous sedation. Either way, we are confident that you will have pleasant, painless experience.