Sam: Good morning. I have an appointment with Dr. Peterson at 10.30.
Receptionist: Good morning, can I have your name, please?
Sam: Yes, it's Sam Waters.
Receptionist: Yes, Mr. Waters. Is this the first time you've seen Dr. Peterson?
Sam: No, I had my teeth cleaned and checked last year.
Receptionist: OK, just a moment, I'll get your chart.
Sam: Oh, I changed my insurance. Here's my new provider card.
Receptionist: Thank you. Is there anything in particular you'd like the dentist to check today?
Sam: Well, yes. I've been having some gum pain recently.
Receptionist: Alright, I'll make a note of that.
Sam: ... and I'd like to have my teeth cleaned as well.
Receptionist: Of course, Mr. Waters, that'll be part of today's dental hygiene.
Sam: Oh, yes, of course.
Receptionist: Please have a seat and the Dr. Peterson will be with you momentarily.
Sam: Thank you.
Receptionist: You're quite welcome.
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