Our goal is to provide the best possible dental care for each individual, while also being respectful of the financial needs & concerns of our patients. Clear financial arrangements play an important part in the pursuit of good dental health. The following financial options are offered:
Payment During Treatment: Cash, check or credit card at time of service (we accept all major credit cards). Some treatments require several visits. With advance arrangements, you may pay a portion of the total fee at each visit with payment-in-full on the last visit.
WE ACCEPT MOST INSURANCE PLANS
Dental insurance pays only a portion of the total treatment charge. The portion which the patient pays (patient co-payment) can be handled according to the payment options outlined above. The portion that the insurance company pays (insurance benefit) can be assigned to our office.
We offer Payment Plans through CareCredit.
CareCredit is a personal line of credit for healthcare treatments and procedures for your entire family, including your pets. It works like a credit card but it has two advantages. It can only be used for healthcare services and you can get No Interest* financing every time you use it. Simply pay your minimum monthly payment and pay off the entire balance by the end of your promotional period and you pay No Interest. If you need more time to pay for your procedure, you can take advantage of our extended payment plans with low, fixed interest rates.
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Assignment of Benefits:
Our office will accept assignment of benefits under the following conditions:
The following information MUST be provided at the first visit for verification of insurance benefits:
- Subscriber birthdate, social security number
- Insurance carrier, billing address, phone number and group number
If this information is not available at the first visit, the patient will be asked for payment in full for the day’s charges.
After verification of insurance benefits, we will accept assignment of benefits as a partial payment of the total charge. You will be expected to pay your deductible, if applicable, and any estimated patient co-payment. If after 90 days, your insurance company has not paid their portion, the patient will be responsible for paying the balance in full.