Schedule an Appointment

Schedule an Appointment

Coming to a doctor’s appointment can be stressful—we’re here to make it easier. In order to better evaluate your needs, we recommend scheduling an initial consultation. During your appointment, one of our physicians will review your medical history and discuss the appropriate surgical options. We want your experience to be as pleasant as possible, so please review the information at the right to get a better understanding of what your initial appointment will look like.

If you have specific questions or concerns, please don’t hesitate to reach out to us at any time.

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Medical Appointments/Consults

What to Expect
For new patients, please fill out a new patient packet and arrive 30 minutes prior to your scheduled appointment.

For returning patients, please arrive 15 minutes before your scheduled appointment.

After check in, a medical assistant will ask you initial intake questions and take your vitals. Your surgeon will then ask you additional questions and perform an examination. All of our surgeons are dedicated to making sure they address all of your questions and concerns to the best of their ability.

Dental Appointments/Consults

What to Expect
For new patients referred for dental related concerns, please call our Oral Surgery Coordinator, Tina Davis, at 971-279-4614. Tina will help with scheduling your appointment, coordinating care with your dentists, and be able to answer most of your questions. If possible, please bring a copy of you referral and dental x-rays to your first appointment.

For new patients, please fill out a new patient packet and arrive 30 minutes prior to your scheduled appointment.

For returning patients, please arrive 15 minutes before your scheduled appointment.

After check in, a medical assistant or oral surgery assistant will ask you initial intake questions and take your vitals. Your surgeon will then ask you additional questions and perform an examination. All of our surgeons are dedicated to making sure they address all of your questions and concerns to the best of their ability.

Prior to your oral surgery, one of our oral surgery assistants will review a preoperative checklist of do’s and don’ts.

Insurance

This is an abbreviated list of the most common insurances accepted by HNSA. Our doctors are preferred in-network providers for most insurances.  If HNSA is contracted with the medical insurance then we are usually contracted with the associated dental insurance. If you don’t see your insurance provider below, it does not mean that we are not in-network. HNSA’s accepted insurance providers are subject to change.  Please call to confirm our current providers as well as your eligibility and benefits.

Always call your insurance to confirm our office and doctors are in your plan prior to booking an appointment.

Futures Surgical Center Accepted Insurances
ODS
BCBS
Pacific Source

Head & Neck Accepted Dental Insurances
Assurant
ODS / Delta Dental
Connection Dental
MetLife
DenteMax
Aetna
Careoregon
Cigna/Greatwest
Lifewise
MHN PPO
Moda/ODS
BCBS
Portland IPA
Providence EPO
Providence PPO
UHC
Pacificsource Health Plans
Assurant Health
City of Portland
Legacy Health Systems
Caremark PPO
Medicare
Oregon and Washington Crime Victims Compensation Plan