We offer the following payment options, which will help you maintain your optimal dental health:
- Payment in full is expected on the day of service.
- Payment Plans: We are happy to offer interest free payment plans for 3, 6, and 12 months, depending upon the amount of treatment to be rendered. Completion of a credit application and credit approval is required. The entire process can be completed in our office and takes approximately 10 minutes. More information at www.carecredit.com.
We accept VISA, MasterCard, Discover and American Express
As a courtesy to you, we process your insurance claims, receive, and post credit from insurance payments to your account.
Better insurance plans will cover a wider variety of services, while less expensive plans cover the least expensive treatment only.
- The patient is getting what their employer pays for, because that is who chooses and pays for the plan initially.
- Insurance companies also make money via not paying on patient claims by denying certain services, or paying for less expensive treatment options.
The patient is ultimately responsible for the cost of treatment, no matter what insurance coverage is present.
If the patient has any concerns, problems, or dissatisfactions with his/her insurance coverage, they should discuss it with the Human Resources Manager at his/her place of employment.
Employer paid dental benefits, commonly referred to as “dental insurance”, have become commonplace. All policies do have limitations, however, and do not cover 100% of the fees charged. For this reason, a copy of your dental benefit booklet will be helpful to estimate your expected benefits. If your plan is unknown to our office, and a benefit booklet is not available, we will ask you to pay at the time of service, and for you to be reimbursed by your plan.
We will gladly complete and file all necessary forms as a courtesy to you. You are responsible for your balance at all times, regardless of what your insurance company does or does not pay for. We reserve the right to bill you for any unpaid balances.
Flexible Reimbursement Plans
If your employer has a reimbursement plan, such as Flexible Spending Accounts and/or Direct Reimbursement plans that repay you for completed dental procedures, we will provide you with a printed receipt when your dental work is completed and final payment is collected.