Have questions before your first visit with our prosthodontist, Dr. Peter Hazim? If so, we invite you to read through the frequently asked questions below to find out more about comprehensive dentistry and prosthodontics in Allen, Texas.
What should I bring for my appointment?
If you are a new or returning patient to our office, please be sure to bring:
- A photo ID
- Insurance card
- A list of current medications
- Recent X-rays if possible
- Cash, check or credit card to pay for your co-pay and out-of-pocket costs.
What should I expect during my first visit?
When you come in for your appointment, our prosthodontist and team will review your health history and ask about the goals you have in mind for your smile. You will also receive a comprehensive exam, including X-rays, an oral cancer screening and a periodontal check.
Do you take dental insurance?
Yes, but only if your provider is in-network with us. Our office will work with you to verify your provider and file your claims as a courtesy for being our patient.
Do you offer a membership plan for those without insurance?
Yes! You can become a member of our smile membership plan here.
Can I make a payment online?
Yes, you can make a payment anytime you have a balance due with the link below. Please be sure to fill out your full name and follow the instructions.
How often should I visit the dentist?
A general recommendation from the American Dental Association® is to visit the dentist twice a year for preventive care. However, if you have a more complex case or periodontal disease, you might be asked to come back more frequently.
I want to improve the appearance of my teeth, what options are available?
At the office of Dr. Peter Hazim, we have multiple cosmetic and restorative services to correct any blemish you want taken care of. These include:
- Dental veneers
- Teeth whitening
- Dental bonding
- Dental crowns
- Dental onlays
What are the signs of periodontal disease?
The most common signs of periodontal disease to watch for include:
- Red, swollen gums
- Bleeding after brushing or flossing your teeth
- Persistent bad breath
- Receding gums
- Loose or separated teeth
- Mouth sores
- Changes in your bite
We invite you to give us a call today at 972-727-5599 if you have any questions and would like to schedule a consultation with Dr. Peter Hazim.