Patient Information

The team at Elgin Corners Dental is always welcoming new patients! If you're looking for a dentist in the Surrey area, get in touch with us today!


Information for New Patients, Surrey Dentist

Your First Visit

During your first visit to our office, we will ask you to fill out a new patient form, which will include your personal particulars as well as pertinent medical history.

Once you have filled out the form, the dentist will perform a through dental examination.

Next your dentist will sit down with you to discuss your oral health requirements and goals, and together you will devise a treatment plan tailored to your unique needs.

New Patient Forms

To help speed up the check-in process during your first appointment, please feel free to download, print and fill out your new patient form ahead of time. We look forward to providing you with some of the finest quality dental care that Surrey has to offer!

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Financing Options

Payment Options

For your convenience, we accept payment by cash, Interact, Visa, American Express, and Mastercard. Payment is expected at the time services are performed. 

When more extensive dental care is necessary, financial arrangements can be made with our office. We also accept payment through a third party financing company called Dentalcard, a division of iFinance.

Insurance

We accept all dental insurance policies and direct bill your insurance company for your convenience.

You will only be responsible for your co-payment at the time of service, after which the insurance company will reimburse us for the balance.

Tips & Advice from Our Team

Read our blog for regular oral health tips and advice from our Surrey dentists.

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Eating with New Dentures: Soft Diet Options

Posted Sep 8th, 2017

During the first few days and weeks after your get new dentures, your mouth will need to adjust to your new appliance, and you’ll have to eat a soft diet for a while. Here are a few food suggestions to help you avoid getting bored!

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