Financial Information

The cost of your treatment may vary, depending on your individual needs and treatment plan. During your visit, we’ll discuss the cost of your treatment and each of your available payment plan options with you, so you are able to make the best choice for yourself, your smile, and your family.

We are making every effort to hold down the cost of dental care. You can help by paying at the time of your visit. If your treatment requires several visits, you will be given a fee estimate and definite financial arrangements can be made. Please make these arrangements in advance.

Major credit and debit cards are also accepted for the convenience of our patients. Balances over 60 days are subject to an 18% A.P.R. interest charge per month.

Insurance

As a service to patients who have dental insurance, we will file a claim to any insurance carrier as long as your plan has out-of-network benefits. You will be responsible for any balance if your insurance does not pay for any reason within 45 days of your visit.

It is your responsibility to be familiar with your dental benefits. No insurance company pays all dental costs; some pay fixed allowances and others pay a percentage of the fee charged. It is your responsibility to pay your estimated portion at the time of your visit.

We encourage you to discuss insurance questions with our business office staff. We will be happy to help you receive your maximum dental benefits; however, the agreement of the insurance company to pay for your dental care is a contract between you, your employer, and the company.

Payment Options

Your smile is yours forever, and we want to make it as easy as possible for you to receive the best care whenever you need it.

Our practice accepts most major credit cards and insurance plans.

Please let us know if you have any questions about your insurance coverage or payment options; and let us know how we can help to make your entire dental experience a pleasant one.

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