- Patient Information
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Your initial visit will consist of a consultation to discuss any needs or concerns you might have. We will review your health history and take x-rays to build a personalized treatment plan that will better your overall oral health. The dental hygienist will clean the teeth also, as we realize that your time is important and that many patients need to make the most of their visit. In the event of pain or trauma, restorative treatment can be performed the same day but most often, a sequenced treatment plan is used to make additional appointments for treatment.
Patients under the age of 18 will need to be accompanied by a parent or guardian for the initial appointment so that consent can be signed for subsequent restorative treatment.
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||9AM - 5PM
||7:30AM - 12PM
We are closed Tuesday and Thursday for lunch from 1PM to 2PM.
For an appointment, call us at (513) 759-5481. We'd love to hear from you!
Dr. Molina is available after hours for patients of record that have dental emergencies.
We are Preferred Providers for the following Dental Insurance Plans:
- Anthem PPO (Not 100, 200 or Blue)
- Connection Dental
- Delta PPO and Delta Premier
- Dental Care Plus
- Dental Wellness Partners
- UMR- Selected Plans
- United Health Care
All deductibles and co-pays are collected prior to service. We do not accept any DHMO plans. If you do not see your insurance company listed above, please check your insurance company website as we are providers for select other plans not listed. You may call the office with any questions regarding your plan.
As of February 10, 2012, we are no longer preferred network providers for CompBenefits or Anthem 100, 200 or blue. These insurance plans will be accepted out-of-network if your plan allows. Please contact your insurance provider for further details.
Infection control and universal precautions are in place to protect the patients, the staff and the doctor alike. Everyone can benefit from these procedures which foster a safe dental practice and are required by the Occupational Health and Safety Administration (OSHA), the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA), and the Centers for Disease Control (CDC). The required measures include…
- Disinfecting hand soap
- Gloves and face masks
- Chemical disinfectant of all counters and hard surfaces
- Sterilization of all dental instruments
- Using disposable materials
We use a chemiclave, a KavoClave and an autoclave to sterilize all reusable instruments to ensure the highest standard of infection control.