Patient Information

Proudly Serving Patients in Greenfield, IN & Hancock County

At Dr. Georgia Knotek DDS, we provide personalized dental care in a professional environment so you can receive a healthy, beautiful smile. We work with each patient to determine his or her individual needs and tailor our treatments to you. No matter your age or how much work you need, our gentle, caring staff is glad to work with you. From teeth whitening to cleanings and extractions, we offer a wide range of procedures for your convenience.

Office Hours & Appointments

To schedule an appointment or for more information, fill out the contact form below or give us a call at 317-462-5181.

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Emergencies

If you are experiencing a dental emergency and need treatment right away outside of business hours, you can contact Dr. Knotek at 317-626-6116.

Payment Policies

At Dr. Georgia Knotek DDS, we accept all major health insurance, although we are not a provider for all of them. We will work with you to figure out insurance breakdowns, and we offer interest-free financing through Citi Financing and In-Office Financing for those who qualify to help you afford dental care. Don’t hesitate to ask us if your insurance provider is in our network. We also accept credit.

   

New Patient Paperwork

Please download, print and fill out this form and bring it with you to your first appointment to save you time in the office. To download, you must have Adobe Reader on your computer.
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Interesting Facts

It’s important to be informed when it comes to your dental health! Access to information allows you to be proactive about taking care of your teeth from home. That’s why we have compiled the information below, so you can have the best oral health possible.

Preventative care at least every six months

It is recommended that you receive a routine cleaning every six months if you have average oral health. However, if you are prone to dental problems, you may need to visit the dentist more often. To prevent issues from arising, you should be brushing your teeth for two minutes twice a day and flossing regularly.

Start Early!

Children should visit the dentist for a cleaning by or soon after their first birthday. Teaching children proper dental habits will allow them to have these skills for life, reducing the risk of cavities, decay, gum disease and more. You should supervise your children’s brushing to make sure they are using correct techniques until they are about six, or old enough to brush on their own.