Top Slikde from Your First Visit Page at Fusion Orthodontics
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In order to save time during your first visit, Fill out the medical/dental history form at home. This will save you time that you can spend with Dr. Rahimi discussing your treatment.

If you have any kind of dental insurance, please contact our office prior to your visit and provide our staff with that information. This will allow them to verify your insurance and determine your benefits. This way, after your customized treatment plan is created, will be able to provide you with detailed financial arrangements.

Prior to your visit, please have an understanding of your budget for braces and think about the down-payment and monthly payment you will be comfortable with. The majority of insurances pay a portion of the braces treatment cost. We always work with you to make the treatment affordable based on your budget. You might want to be prepared to start the same day to maximize your visit to our office.

Dr. Rahimi, our Board Certified Orthodontist will evaluate your teeth, jaw, joints, and facial symmetry, among other things, and after taking pictures and a CT Scan, provide you with a diagnosis and personalized treatment plan to help you achieve your desired smile. At this time, our treatment coordinator will also discuss treatment fees, monthly payment plans, and insurance benefits. We will do our best to get you started with braces on the same day!

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So, to summarize, have this information ready for your first visit:

  • Filled out New Patient Forms
  • Patient’s dental insurance information (ID card).
  • Legal guardians of the patient (If a minor)
  • Please determine the down-payment and monthly payment you will be comfortable with.

We will address the following questions during your initial visit for orthodontic braces treatment. We encourage you to ask questions as well.

  • Is there a condition that orthodontics can address?
  • Is treatment needed now, or should treatment be delayed until appropriate growth, tooth eruption or other factors have occurred?
  • What treatment procedures will be used to correct the problem?
  • Do any permanent teeth need to be removed?
  • How long will treatment take?
  • How much will it cost?
  • What are my payment options?
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