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1. What types of treatment do you offer?
A: We offer a full line of treatment for general dental needs: fillings, crown and bridgework, extractions, partial and full dentures, root canal therapy, dental implant restorations, TMJ nightguards, hygiene services, pediatric dentistry, bleaching, cosmetic dentistry.  
2. What are your payment options?  
A: In addition to traditional payment options, we also accept Visa, MasterCard, Discover and debit cards, as well as Care Credit interest free financing (see link on homepage).  
3. What insurance plans do you accept?  
A: We accept most insurance plans with the exception of Medicaid (also known as Apple Health or Molina). We are also Preferred Provider for Delta Dental, Regence Blue Shield and Premera Blue Cross. We will determine your insurance co-pay prior to treatment and send in all your claims for you. For extensive treatment, we will also secure your company’s pre-approval.  
4. What are your office hours?  
A: We are open at 7:00AM Monday through Thursday to accommodate patients who need to get to work or school. This is also a convenient time to schedule patients who work night shifts. See our full office hour schedule on the Contact Info page.  
5. Are you available for after hours emergencies?  
A: All of our registered patients are given Dr. Cowles home telephone number should they need help outside of normal business hours.  
6. What does my first appointment look like?  
A: If this is an emergency situation, we do our utmost to get the patient in the same day for diagnosis and pain relief. If you are looking to establish yourself as a new patient, we prefer to schedule an initial exam with full mouth x-rays in order to develop an efficient and time saving treatment plan.  
7. What should I bring to my first dental appointment?  
A: Bring your insurance card, any x-rays taken within the past year, and a list of any medications you are taking. Please arrive 15 minutes early to complete the check-in process.  
8. When should my child’s first dental appointment be made?  
A: We recommend that a child see the dentist by age 1 or within six months after the first tooth erupts. Primary teeth typically begin growing in around 6 months of age. At such young ages, we schedule simple ‘happy visits’ to check the progress of teeth eruption, the presence of decay and to educate the parents on proper home care.  

Phone: 360-532-3888

Ron Cowles, DDS
505 N Broadway
Aberdeen, WA 98520
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