New Patient Forms

New Patient Forms

New Patient Forms

New Patient Forms

Welcome! If you’re planning your first visit to Armbrust Dental, we look forward to meeting you.

To save time on your first visit, we encourage you to print and fill out our new patient forms below. You can bring them with you on your next appointment.

  • If you do not already have AdobeReader® installed on your computer, Click Here to download.

  • Download the necessary form(s), print it out and fill in the required information.

  • Complete your forms and bring them in with you to your appointment


We’ll be happy to answer any questions you have. To insure the best dental care possible, please fill in this form completely.

Patient Registration

First Name:

Last Name:

Middle Initial:

Patient Is:

Preferred Name:

Responsible Party ( if someone other than the patient )

First Name:

Last Name:

Middle Initial:

Address:

Address 2:

City, State, Zip:

Phone:

Work Phone:

Cell Phone

Sex

Marital Status

Birth Date:

Age:

Drivers Lic:

Responsible party is

Patient Information

Address:

Address 2:

Home Phone:

Work Phone:

Cell Phone

Sex:

Marital Status:

Birth Date:

Soc Sec:

Drivers Lic:

E-mail:

Would you like to receive correspondences via e-mail?

Employment Status:

Student Status:

Medicaid ID:

Pref. Dentist

Employer ID:

Pref. Hyg:

Pref. Pharmacy:

Carrier ID:

Pharmacy Name:

Pharmacy Phone Number

Primary Insurance Information

Name of Insured:

Relationship to Insured:

Insured Soc. Sec:

Insured Birth Date:

Employer:

Employer Address:

Employer Address 2

Rem. Benefits:

Rem. Deduct:

Secondary Insurance Information

Name of Insured:

Relationship to Insured:

Insured Soc. Sec:

Insured Birth Date:

Employer:

Employer Address:

Employer Address 2

Rem. Benefits:

Rem. Deduct:

Patient History

Although dental personnel primary treats the area in and around your mouth, your mouth s a part of your entire body. Heath problems that you may have, or medication

Are you under a physician's care now?

Have you ever been hospitalized or had a major operation?

Have you ever had a serious head or neck injury?

Are you taking any medications, pills, or drugs?

Do you take, or have you taken, Mien-Fen or Reduxo

Have you ever taken Fosarnax, Bonner, Actonel or any other medications containing bisphosphonates?

Are you on a special diet?

Do you use tobacco?

Woman: Are you...

Are you alergic to any of the following?

Other:

Do you use controlled substances?

Check the box of the following illness that you have, or have had.

Have you ever had any serious flness not listed?

If Yes

To the best of my knowledge, the questions on this form have been accurately answered. I understand that providing incorrect information can be dangerous to my (or patient's) health. It is my responsibility to inform the dental office of any changes in medical status

Name of Patient, Parent or Guardian

Date

Financial Agreement

We are pleased to have an opportunity to provide the highest quality dentistry possible in an open and honest environment based on truth and trust. We will do everything we can to live up to the standards you expect and deserve from us as professionals. Pleases take a moment to read the following:

Payment or estimated co-pay amounts are expected at the time service is provided. We accept cash, checks, all major credit cards, and Care Credit. Payment plans can be arranged in advance with approved credit. There are also several book keeping discount options available upon request.

For those with insurance: I understand that my dental insurance plan is a contract between me and my insurance carrier, and not between my insurance carrier and the practice, and that I am responsible for all dental fees. I assign all of my insurance benefits, otherwise payable to me, to Kenneth E. Henley, D.D.S. at Armbrust Dental, P.C. I understand that the estimated payment for the uncovered portion of services rendered must be paid at each visit. I agree that this office accepts the assignment of my Primary insurance benefits for a maximum of 60 days.

I agree that if, after being properly filed, my insurance company has failed to pay the claim within 60 days, that I will be expected to pay for that visit within 10 days of being billed. I further understand that the estimated portion that insurance will pay is just that…an estimate. No one can really know for sure what the insurance company will pay.

Refunds: Any personal payment(s) resulting in a credit AFTER insurance has paid will either be refunded in the way of original payment or may remain on the account for future services.

Patient's Name:

Minor patients only:

The adult accompanying a minor (under age 18) child to their appointment will be responsible for full payment of the services. Rendered that day unless prior arrangements have been made.

I understand and agree that all services rendered to me or my dependents are charged directly to me. I further understand I am personally responsible for payments. If I suspend or terminate care and treatment, any professional services not yet paid for will be immediately due and payable. Past due balances will be assessed and Billing Charge of 1.5% per month (which is an APR of 18%) after 30 days. In the case of default of payment, I promise to pay any legal interest on the balance due, together with any collection agency costs, court costs, and any attorney’s fees incurred to effect collection on this account. I have read and understood the financial policy and agree to the terms.

Notice of Privacy Practices Acknowledgement

I understand that, under the Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act of 1996 (“HIPPA”), I have the certain right to privacy regarding my protected health information. I understand that this information can and will be used to:

  • Conduct, plan and direct my treatment and follow-up among the multiple healthcare providers who may be involved in that treatment directly and indirectly

  • Obtain payment from third-party payers

  • Conduct normal healthcare operations such as quality assessments and physician certification

I acknowledge that I have received your Notice of Privacy Practices containing a more complete description of the uses and disclosures of my health information. I understand that this organization has the right to change its Notice of Privacy Practices from time to time and that I may contact this organization at any time at the address about to obtain a current copy of the Notice of Privacy Practices.

I understand that I may request in writing that you restrict how my private information is used or disclosed to carry out treatment, payment or health care operations. I also understand you are not required to agree to my requested restrictions, but if you do agree then you are bound to abide by such restrictions.

Patient Name (print)

Relationship to Patient (other than self)

I authorize Armbrust Dentall permission to discuss my treatment and all it’s regarding with the following people:

Date

Photo Release

ACCEPT

I hereby authorize Dr. Kenneth E. Henley to take photographs, slides and /or videos of my face, jaws and teeth. I understand that the photographs, slides and /or videos will be used as a record of my care and may also be used for educational purposes in lectures, demonstrations, advertising(including Armbrustdental.com, Facebook, blogs, newspapers, magazines, phonebooks, television, etc.) as well as professional publications(dental magazines and journals). I do not expect compensation financially or otherwise, for use of these photographs, slides, and /or videos.

I DECLINE

I DO NOT wish to have my photo’s used other than for diagnostic purposes only.

Name

Date

Three Commitments

We have three important policies in our practice that we feel important to share with you, our valued patient. We have put them in writing because we live by them and require that all our patients live by them as well. We realize that the institution of these three policies may be different from what you may be accustomed to in the past; however, we believe they are very necessary , us to provide optimum care to our patients. We ask you to read this page thoroughly and acknowledge your understanding of each one by initialing.

Commitment to Treatment Policy

We believe that all treatment begun should be completed. Incomplete treatment leads to problems, complications and misunderstandings. Incomplete treatment leads to loss of teeth and further disease. Therefore, we need to have an understanding that treatment plans, once they are started, will be completed. Some treatment plans, because of their design, take years to complete. However, to begin staged treatment, your commitment to both the starting and completing treatment is required.

Commitment to Appointment Policy

We reserve time for each patient in our practice and do not double book except in the case of emergencies. An appointment on our schedule with your name is a bond of trust that we will be here to serve you and you will be present for that appointment. This office reserves the right to deny you the privilege of reserving our time in advance without first paying a deposit, or to make an appropriate charge for missing appointments. Missed appointments could be subject to a $138 charge without 48 hours’ notice. We understand that situations beyond your control arise and we ask that you do your best to notify us if you are not able to make your appointment(s). Notices must be given by either calling, texting or e-mailing the office MondayThursday during normal business hours. Your compliance with this policy indicates that we must have mutual respect for each other’s time.

Commitment to Financial Agreement

We believe we have a responsibility to use our best professional care, skill and judgment in planning for your dental treatment. The benefits and liabilities of neglect are always explained to you during the explanation of your treatment plan. We both agree that all fees should be properly explained to you and you agree to fulfill you financial commitment to our office promptly and completely. No business or practice can fulfill its mission to its patients when a bond of trust is violated by failure to pay for services in accordance with the financial agreement you signed.

Name

Date