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Your Rights as a Patient 2017-05-02T07:35:10+00:00

Marietta dentists Dr. Kirk Kimmerling is a members of the American Dental Association. According to the ADA, patients are entitled to certain rights when visiting a dental office.

The rights and responsibilities listed below do not establish legal entitlements or new standards of care, but are simply intended to guide you through the development of a successful and collaborative dentist-patient relationship.

Patient Rights

  • You have a right to choose your own dentist and schedule an appointment in a
    timely manner.
  • You have a right to know the education and training of your dentist and the dental care team.
  • You have a right to arrange to see the dentist every time you receive dental
    treatment, subject to any state law exceptions.
  • You have a right to adequate time to ask questions and receive answers
    regarding your dental condition and treatment plan for your care.
  • You have the right to know what the dental team feels is the optimal treatment
    plan as well as the right to ask for alternative treatment options.
  • You have a right to an explanation of the purpose, probable (short and long
    term) results, alternatives and risks involved before consenting to a proposed
    treatment plan.
  • You have a right to be informed of continuing heath care needs.
  • You have a right to know in advance the expected cost of treatment.
  • You have a right to accept, defer or decline any part of your treatment
    recommendations.
  • You have a right to reasonable arrangements for dental care and emergency
    treatment.
  • You have a right to receive considerate, respectful and confidential treatment
    by your dentist and dental team.
  • You have a right to expect the dental team members to use appropriate
    infection and sterilization controls.
  •  You have a right to inquire about the availability of processes to mediate
    disputes about your treatment.