New Patient Information
Dr. Catt is always accepting new patients. We can’t wait to meet you!
What to Expect at Your First Appointment
Expect to spend about an hour and a half at our office. During this time, we’ll get to know you, discuss payment and financing options, and develop a care plan personalized to your needs. Your appointment will be unrushed, giving you plenty of time to ask questions and explain your health goals and concerns.
Whether you want a brighter smile, healthier gums, or straighter teeth, we’re here to help you take control of your dental health and provide the best dental care in the Rogue Valley.
Every New Patient Appointment Includes:
Advanced Digital X-Rays
Gum Disease Evaluation
Oral Cancer Screening
Oral Health Discussion
Payment & Financing Options
We accept cash, check, and credit card payments and offer a 5% discount to most patients who choose to pay by one of these methods at the time of the appointment.
Our office is also a premier provider in the Delta Dental and Washington Dental Provider Directory. We accept a variety of dental insurances, including:
Blue Cross Blue Shield
GEHA, Ameritas, Aetna
No dental insurance? No problem.
We offer layaway, CareCredit, and other financing options to all our patients. We also offer significant savings through our Dental Health Club.
New Patient Forms
For your convenience, you may complete new patient forms ahead of time and bring to your first appointment with Dr. Catt. If you have questions about filling out these forms, feel free to give our team a call at (541) 772-8846 – we’re happy to help.
Keep your teeth and gums healthy and strong. Our gentle and high-tech fillings, crowns, and other dental services are designed to help you achieve exceptional dental health and a beautiful smile.
Achieve the bright smile you’ve always dreamed of with our trusted cosmetic services. Families throughout the Rogue Valley turn to Dr. Catt for Invisalign, teeth whitening, and more.
Take a proactive approach to your dental health! Dr. Catt specializes in preventing, diagnosing, and treating cavities, gum disease, and more through annual dental exams and techniques.