399 Lincoln St.

Manchester, NH

Easterseals NH Oral Health Center

Tel: 603-621-3482

Monday - Friday​

9 am - 5 pm

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FAQs

Frequently Asked Questions

How much is an emergency visit?

A new patient emergency visit is $60 and it includes an x-ray and an exam for one specific problem.

What services do I receive on my first visit?

You will receive a comprehensive exam, full set of x-rays (if you have not had them done recently), oral cancer screening, and a treatment plan.

*Does not include cleaning

 

What do I need to bring for my first visit?

There are a few things we need from you for the first visit. We will ask you to fill out a new patient form, and if you would like to fill it out ahead of time click here to download. We will also need your method of payment. If you plan on using insurance, please bring your insurance card and an up to date list of your medications. For more information on the billing process click here. Finally, bring yourself! We can't wait to meet you!

 

When is the oral health center open?

Easterseals Oral Health Center is open Monday through Friday 9 am to 5 pm. We are not open on weekends.

 

What if my child has special needs?

Easterseals NH has been serving people with disabilities and special needs since 1936. Our staff are experienced in providing appropriate accommodations so your child or family member can receive treatment in a supportive environment. Call our office manager at 603.621.3482 to discuss your individual needs.

 

How will I know if I can afford treatment?

Before beginning any treatment, our Oral Health Center staff will provide you with a breakdown of all applicable fees. If you have dental insurance and are covered at our office, we will estimate your co-pay amounts. We will arrange for you to receive full insurance benefits, but please remember – paying balances on your account is your responsibility. We are committed to working with you to find affordable treatment options.

 

When should children start going to the dentist?

It’s never too early to think about oral health. Bring your child in to see us at age one, or within six months of cutting their first tooth. This will allow your child to get used to coming to the dentist and learning about the importance of dental hygiene. It’s also never too late to think about oral health, so no matter what the age of your child, bring them in for their first check-up. 

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