We make it simple to get started with us. If it’s your first time, you can fill out your new patient forms on one of our tablets while you wait. Just bring a photo ID and a copy of your insurance card to your appointment if you’ll be using insurance. Or, get a jumpstart on your forms by clicking below to fill them out ahead of time.
There are plenty of ways to pay for your care at Burke Dental Group, including our New Patient Special or our Smile Club Membership. We also accept a wide range of insurances plans, including:
If you have a question about whether or not we accept your insurance—or are looking for another way to pay—just chat with our friendly office staff and we’ll help you figure out the best option for you.
Looking for other ways to pay for your dental care? Our office also partners with CareCredit and LendingClub. Ask our office for more information if you’d like to explore your lending options.Apply now!
Looking for a non-insurance option to pay for your dental care? Explore our BDG Smile Club for an affordable way to pay.
For a low annual premium, you receive two free dental exams per year, cleanings and x-rays included.
Being a member also gives you discounts on any additional dental procedures you may need.
New patients can take advantage of our $125 new patient special. You receive a thorough dental exam, teeth cleaning, and a set of x-rays. Dr. Burke will examine your teeth and gums and address any concerns you may have. If any further treatments are recommended before your next routine exam, you’ll work together to discuss the best options for your smile.
Questions on your mind? We’re here for you.
There are many options for replacement of missing teeth, but these vary from patient to patient. During our examination, we will look to see what your options are that would serve you best!
We offer payment options, including an in-house Smile Club Membership for non-insurance patients. We will be happy to discuss those options further if treatment is necessary.
For preventive care, you should come in twice a year for a dental exam. During these appointments you’ll receive a thorough cleaning, an examination to identify any issues with your gums or teeth, and x-rays to catch any cavities. Dr. Burke will talk with you to discuss any concerns you have about the look or health of your smile—and what your options are.