Vegas Budget Dental
New Dental Patients Las Vegas

New Patients

For your convenience, New Patient Forms are available here for you to fill out and submit online.

Office Financial Policy

Payment is expected at time of service. We will accept cash or credit card.

We accept insurance. We will file your claims at no charge. It is the patient's responsibility to provide us with current insurance information.

If any payment from an insurance company becomes 30 days past due, you will be immediately billed for the entire balance.

We will file pre-treatment estimates, AT YOUR REQUEST ONLY. Please be aware that some insurance companies may not honor a pre-treatment estimate or may alter it. In all cases it may delay important dental care.

Not all services are covered by insurance. In the event your insurance plan determines a service to be "not covered", you will be responsible for the complete charge. Our staff can never guarantee your eligibility and coverage.

Insurance limitations and regulations vary with all insurance plans. Therefore, if your insurance plan denies a service, you will be responsible for the complete charge. We do not base your treatment plan on what your insurance plan covers or doesn't cover. We are working for you, not the insurance company.

Past due accounts may be turned over to a collection agency. Any fees incurred due to this, will be added to the outstanding balance. This may include late fees, collection agency fees, court fees etc.

Missed Appointment Policy

Due to the high number of patients requiring dental care, waiting times for appointments can be long. Because of this, we enforce a missed appointment policy to ensure that other patients receive care in a timely manner. Missed appointments and appointments cancelled without 24-hour notice are subject to a cancellation fee of $25 per hour of the scheduled appointment time.

HIPAA Information and Consent Form

The Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act (HIPAA) provides safeguards to protect your privacy. Implementation of HIPAA requirements officially began on April 14, 2003. Many of the policies have been our practice for years. This form is a "friendly" version. A more complete text is posted in the office.
What this is all about: Specifically, there are rules and restrictions on who may see or be notified of your Protected Health Information (PHI). These restrictions do not include the normal interchange of information necessary to provide you with office services. HIPAA provides certain rights and protections to you as the patient. We balance these needs with our goal of providing you with quality professional service and care. Additional information is available from the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services.
We have adopted the following policies:

  1. Patient information will be kept confidential except as is necessary to provide services or to ensure that all administrative matters related to your care are handled appropriately. This specifically includes the sharing of information with other healthcare providers, laboratories, health insurance payers as is necessary and appropriate for your care. Patient files may be stored in open file racks and will not contain any coding which identifies a patient's condition or information which is not already a matter of public record. The normal course of providing care means that such records may be left, at least temporarily, in administrative areas such as the front office, examination room, etc. Those records will not be available to persons other than office staff . You agree to the normal procedures utilized within the office for the handling of charts, patient records, PHI and other documents or information.

  2. It is the policy of this office to remind patients of their appointments. We may do this by telephone, e-mail, U.S mail, or by any means convenient for the practice and/or as requested by you. We may send you other communications informing you of changes to office policy and new technology that you might find valuable or informative.

  3. The practice utilizes a number of vendors in the conduct of business. These vendors may have access to PHI but must agree to abide by the confidentiality rules of HIPAA.

  4. You understand and agree to inspections of the office and review of documents which may include PHI by government agencies or insurance payers in normal performance of their duties.

  5. You agree to bring any concerns or complaints regarding privacy to the attention of the office manager or the doctor.

  6. Your confidential information will not be used for the purposes of marketing or advertising of products, goods or services.

  7. We agree to provide patients with access to their records in accordance with state and federal laws.

  8. We may change, add, delete or modify any of these provisions to better serve the needs of the both the practice and the patient.

  9. You have the right to request restrictions in the use of your protected health information and to request change in certain policies used within the office concerning your PHI. However, we are not obligated to alter internal policies to conform to your request.