All patients who have been to referred our offices will require an in-office consultation appointment before scheduling for their surgery or treatment. Since all mouths, situations, and insurances are unique, there is a possibility that we may not be able to help you with what you were referred for or that your insurance may not cover some or any of the procedures. After the consultation, you will be able to understand the cost of your procedure and what you need to prepare for the treatment. Please make sure to obtain a copy of the referral from your referring doctor. You can also have your doctor submit a referral to us on our website.
We certainly welcome providers to refer to us! We appreciate the collaboration to provide our patients the care that they need. Please make sure to provide the patient a physical copy of the referral after you have submitted the referral form. Please inform the patient that it is still their responsibility to make an appointment with us for the consultation appointment. Patients are welcome to use our website to request for an appointment, however, it is more effective to call our respective offices to get their consultation. We take patients on a case-by-case basis. We factor in complexity of not only the case, but of the patient’s medical history. It is possible that if the patient has severe cardiovascular or respiratory issues, a hospital setting would be more appropriate for the patient. Patients on bisphosphonates or on a cancer regimen may also be referred to a more suitable hospital setting.