Where can Your Visiting Hygienist, LLC see patients?
Your Visiting Hygienist, LLC can see patients in retirement communities, nursing homes, health clinics, hospitals and any other public health setting located in the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania.
What are the costs for theses services?
Your Visiting Hygienist, LLC charges $145 per visit with each visit expected to last approximately 45 minutes. Fluoride treatments are available upon dentist recommendation for an additional $25.
Will Medicare, health insurance or dental insurance cover the costs of your services?
Although the Pennsylvania Dental Hygiene Association is working on this issue, at this time we are not permitted to bill either Medicare or any other health or dental insurance plan for these services.
What forms of payment do you accept?
We accept cash, personal checks, Visa, MasterCard and Discover.
Is payment due at time of treatment?
We prefer payment be made at time of service but are willing to make other arrangements that are convenient to all parties.
Can you prescribe medications?
No. Your Visiting Hygienist, LLC is not licensed to write prescriptions.
Frequently Asked Questions
What are your hours of operation? Are you available on weekends and\or evenings?
Your Visiting Hygienist, LLC has no set hours of operation. Appointments can be made for a time, date and location that's convenient to the patient and the patient's caregiver and\or family.
How much advanced notice do I need to make an appointment?
Depending on our schedule, appointments can be made a few days, a few weeks or a few months in advance. We understand convenience is important so we will make every effort to accomodate your scheduling preferences.
How do I make an appointment?
Contact Cheryl by phone at 717.580.0467 or by email at firstname.lastname@example.org
Are you affiliated or associated with a particular dentist or dental practice?
Although our owner\operator Cheryl L. Grier does work part-time for local dentists, Your Visiting Hygienist, LLC is independently owned and operated and solely responsible for all aspects of the services provided.
Do you handle emergencies?
No. If you experience a dental emergency, contact your family dentist immediately.