Feel Prepared for Your Visit
At Brad Jones DDS, General Dentistry, we understand that visiting the dentist can be stressful, so we want to help you feel prepared when you visit our Fayetteville, AR office. Whether you are coming in for a cleaning, dental implants, teeth whitening, or any other dental services, you can rest assured that our team is working to accommodate you.
Prior to your visit, feel free to download and fill out the forms below or reference them as needed.
New Patient Forms
Patient Privacy Practices
Acknowledgment of Receipt of Notice of Privacy Practices
Payment & Insurance Information
For your convenience, our office accepts cash, check, and credit card (Visa, Discover, American Express, MasterCard). We also accept CareCredit.
Payment is expected at the time services are rendered unless other arrangements have been made. This includes any co-payments or deductibles (the amount not covered by your insurance).
We accept most dental insurance plans. Our staff will prepare all the necessary forms for your dental benefits.
You are responsible for your total obligation should your insurance benefits result in less coverage than anticipated. We do not render our services on the basis that insurance companies will pay all of our fees, we base our treatment on what is best for you. Your benefits are contracted between your employer and
How can I schedule my appointment?
The easiest way to schedule an appointment is to call our office at 479-521-3107.
For your convenience, you can also request an appointment online here.
What should I bring to my first appointment?
To provide you with prompt dental treatment, please be sure to bring the following items when you visit our practice for your initial visit:
- Insurance Information/Card
- Photo Identification
- Any medical records pertaining to your visit
Please arrive 15 minutes before your scheduled appointment time to fill out the necessary paperwork. If you would like to complete your paperwork beforehand, you may print and fill out the appropriate forms found below.
Is flossing REALLY that important?
Are dental x-rays dangerous?
“Dental x-rays are one of the lowest radiation dose studies performed. A routine exam that includes 4 bitewings is about 0.005 mSv, which is less than one day of natural background radiation. It is also about the same amount of radiation exposure from a short airplane flight (~1-2 hrs). The American Dental Association recommends that patients who are not having problems have dental x-rays performed every two years. Proper shielding is also common, which makes the potential risk even lower.” XrayRisk.com