New Patient Referral ProgramGarland, TX
The best compliment Smiline Dental Texas, Garland can receive is the Referral of your family, friends, and coworkers.
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Our office wouldn’t be what it is today without our existing, valued patients. Successful practices don’t just happen. It is a result of a strong commitment to excel in our treatment and in our relationships with the doctors and the community of families we serve. We are continually amazed to find how many new patients call based on your recommendations. Some of our best patients come from our wonderful existing patients, so if you are happy with us, we encourage you to tell all of your friends, family and co-workers about Dr. C and Smiline Dental Texas. We welcome them to become a part of our practice. As a way to say thank you, we will automatically enroll you in our Patient Referral Reward Program.
Now it’s easier than ever to invite someone to Smiline Dental Texas through our Online Referral Form. If you refer a new patient to our office, and that patient presents and reports your name in the “referred by” section of our medical history form, you will receive credit for a successful referral. Our office tracks all new patient referrals.
A referral is an individual that is not currently a patient of record. To be eligible, the referred patient must be qualified, which means they must come into the office and have an exam, x-rays and a cleaning completed.
A successful referral is an individual who is not currently an existing or past patient of Smiline Dental Texas, which schedules and keeps an appointment for treatment in our office. They must fill out the referral information on their new patient paperwork and turn it in on the first day of service.
*Referred patients have to complete Exam, x-rays, cleaning and required treatment Medically necessary.
*For patients Only.
* For Regular Insurance patients and Cash patients only. Not for medicaid.
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