We’re very happy to welcome new patients to Saginaw Dental and can’t wait to start providing your family regular dental care! As you become familiar with our website, we encourage you to read through our new patient page so you know exactly what to expect during your first appointment. Below, you’ll get to learn more about the new patient experience, financing your treatments, and necessary new patient forms to fill out.
We encourage patients to fill out forms before their appointment in order to save time on the check-in process. After you arrive, you’ll be greeted with a warm and friendly smile by our front desk. Once you’re called in, you’ll be met by Dr. Renkuntla and given top quality care. All treatments provided will be explained in a way that you understand completely. By the time you leave, you’re sure to feel like you’re apart of the dental office family!
By filling out new patient forms, our dental office will be best equipped to meet all of your dental care needs. We do everything we can to make the process of filling out your forms simple, which is why we encourage you to print and fill them out before your next visit. In them, you’ll get to tell us about your previous medical and dental history as well as any accommodation you thing we should keep in mind during your appointment.
Dental insurance can make the difference between having your basic preventive dental care completed and having to skip necessary dental appointments. Saginaw Dental accepts all major PPO dental insurance plans. Our dental office is also happy to accept Medicaid to make your treatments more affordable. We’ll help you understand your benefits in better detail and ensure that you’re maximizing them to the absolute fullest. Feel free to ask us any questions and we’ll do our best to help you and your family members. We are proud to accept many major PPO plans from some of the largest dental insurance providers. Below, you’ll find the list of plans that we accept, including:
Even if you don’t have dental insurance, that doesn’t mean you should have to pay for all of your treatment upfront. With third-party financing options like CareCredit, getting the care that you need or want isn’t impossible. Once you qualify, you’ll be able to pay for treatments in monthly installments, often with little to zero interest attached. Even if you want to have cosmetic treatments performed, which dental insurance doesn’t cover anyway, you can get them done via CareCredit!