Dental Patient Forms

Whether you are a new patient or a current patient, your basic information is very important. We are required annually to obtain updated information from our patients. When you come to your appointment please bring with you your Photo ID, Insurance Card (if any), and any new prescription information (preferably current prescription bottles). To speed up the check in process and save you time, these forms are now available to be completed here on our website. No printing necessary! If you have any questions about the forms, please call one of our offices at (208) 356-4900.

Dental Patient Registration Packet

Your time is valuable and sitting in a waiting room filling out papers can be a hassle. As a patient, Grand Peaks requires basic information. Please complete the New Patient Registration form, sign, and date. The form will guide you to any required fields you may have missed, and also prompts you for your Photo ID & Insurance Card (if any). Once completed they are securely emailed to the clinic, saving you time during the check in process!

New Adult Patient Registration Packet:

For those who need to do an annual update:

To apply for our Sliding Fee Discount, which is based on your household size and income, please complete the Sliding Fee Discount Application. The information on this application also has to be verifiable with proof of income, and must be submitted to our facility within 3 days of your appointment, otherwise full fee will be charged. This application is available in our New Patient Registration Packet.

Proof of income options

Patients who wish to apply for sliding fee discounts are only required to provide one of the following:

  • 2 most recent pay-stubs for all members of the household who are working
  • Previous year’s tax documents
  • Social Security or Disability income statements
  • If you have no verifiable income, a letter from someone close to you (may not be a family member) that can verify your income and financial situation. This letter must be signed and dated, and a phone number to reach this person is required.
  • If you have recently started a new job, the employer may either write a letter or you may have them complete our Income Verification form. This form must be signed and dated.

Good Faith Estimate

You have the right to receive a “Good Faith Estimate” explaining how much your medical care will cost. 
Not having insurance for your or your family can become a hardship. 
Learn how you can get a Good Faith Estimate before your visit so you can better plan your finances.

HIPAA Notice and Form

Your Privacy is very important to us! If you ever have a concern or question, please contact our facility ASAP. The HIPAA/Privacy Notice is a document for your information.