Before Your Visit FAQs
At UNO DENTAL SAN FRANCISCO, we’re here to answer your questions and make sure you love your experience with us. Here are answers to some of the most common questions from our patients.
Is UNO DENTAL SAN FRANCISCO accepting new patients?
Is there anything I need to do before my appointment?
Make sure to complete your intake forms ahead of your first appointment. Make sure to give us a call with any questions.
How long do initial appointments last?
You can count on your first visit with us lasting about 2 hours – this includes a complete oral exam, x-rays, a cleaning, and an oral health assessment.
Do you give free consultations?
Yes! You can schedule your free consultation online.
How much will my appointment cost?
Please give our expert billing and insurance team a call or email us at [email protected] to help you with your inquiry.
How long does a check-up take?
Your regular check-up with our hygiene team can last about 1 hour.
What insurance do you take?
We work with all PPO benefit plans and as a courtesy, we help you submit your claim for reimbursement with your PPO plan if you have one. A few examples of the most common insurance providers we work with,
- Delta Dental®
Do I need a COVID-19 test for my visit?
At this time we don’t require testing for your visit. However, the regulations and guidelines are ever-changing and may change in the future. Keep in mind you’ll be asked to reschedule if you’re experiencing symptoms, to find out more about our COVID-19 protocols, click here.
Does insurance cover Botox® therapy?
Most insurance providers do not cover Botox therapy – however, you can use FSA/HSA funds to pay for it. We encourage each patient to check with their insurance provider prior to the appointment so we can help them maximize their benefits.
Schedule an Appointment
At UNO DENTAL SAN FRANCISCO, our goal is to make sure you feel comfortable and cared for. To schedule an appointment with our team or to get answers to your questions, give us a call or fill out our online contact form.