You may be able to get the job done with a smile, but if you can’t smile, you might not be able get it done.

In this series, we’re looking at the best ways to get in touch with your dentist.

1:18 The problem with your dental records and insurance If you have a history of dental work or have dental insurance, the more important thing is to make sure you’re aware of your options.

We’ve put together this guide to help you understand what you can do and when.


How to make a claim and make a payment If you’re having problems with your record or insurance, make a formal claim.

This will give your dentist a chance to respond.

You may want to call your dentist if you think they may not be available or if you’re not sure.

You can make a direct claim by calling 1800 636 447, or using the online form.

This won’t require a visit to the dentist, but it will give them more time to respond and assess the claim.

If you need help contacting your dentist, you can call the Dentists Information Service (DIS) at 1800 635 431.

This service can be accessed online or by calling 1300 555 135.

It will give you a list of your nearest dentist’s offices.


How much is your bill?

If you don’t have a bill yet, you may be charged a higher bill.

You’ll want to check with your insurance provider.

This can be a common mistake, but can result in higher premiums.


How long does it take to make your claim?

The insurance company may try to charge you more, so it’s important to check your policy before making a claim.

Depending on your insurance policy, your dentist will need to complete an oral assessment and a prescription for an x-ray.

You might also need to pay for the cost of the x-rays and/or the prescription.

A simple online form can help you check the costs.


Do I have to pay out of pocket?

If your insurance doesn’t cover your claim, you’ll need to set up a payment plan.

There are many payment plans available, and you can find more information about them on your state’s website.


How do I pay if I’m late?

If the dental work you’re looking for is late, you should get in contact with your dentists to discuss the matter.

The sooner you get in to it, the better.

If your dental insurance doesn