How to become a Patient
To help make your first visit to our practice as smooth as possible, please read through our web page. You'll find everything you need. You need not print anything out.
We take most major medical insurance!
Your insurance company may require that you obtain a referral from your current healthcare provider before becoming a patient. Please check your policy. We may need to obtain authorization from your insurance company before scheduling your appointment.
Scheduling your first Appointment
You may request an appointment directly through our website appointments link or by phoning us. Or, if you prefer, your current healthcare provider (primary care provider/dentist, etc.) can manage your referral to us for you. If you have questions along the way, please feel free to talk with us through our chat feature (bottom right on your screen).
Preparing for your first Appointment
Please fill out all of your authorization forms through your patient portal (CharmHealth)
You will have received an appointment reminder and invitation to our patient portal
Please follow the links and fill out ALL the authorizations
The link to the case history is in your appointment email and can be accessed here as well:
When you come for your first appointment, please bring the following:
Your insurance card
Any oral devices that you use day or night or photos of them
A photo or accurate list of your current medications
Your contact information (telephone number, mailing address, email address)
Details of your medical history (timelines for complex conditions) can be PDF
A form of payment for your "patient responsibility" (co-pay, co-insurance, late cancelation, or no-show fee)
For your evaluation please note:
We will be evaluating your posture, respiration, and lip, tongue, and jaw muscle function. We will also evaluate your swallow -- if you have any strict dietary restrictions or preferences, please bring in a crunchy snack of your choice.
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