Have a balance?
When you are in the midst of being treated for a medical
or dental problem, it's easy to forget that a doctor's
office is also a business. We understand that. Yet, we
also want our patients to understand that an important
part of any business is also collecting payments for the
services it provides. In the interest of both good
medicine and good business, we believe it's best to
establish a policy to avoid any misunderstandings later.
As a result, we have developed this policy.
We have developed a full range of convenient payment
options for you to choose from. Prior to the
commencement of treatment, fee and financial
arrangements will be discussed with you. Our front desk
will help you with your insurance benefits. If needed,
financing is available through Care Credit Financing.
Please click on the link below
to find more information and/or apply online.
Fees, Payment & Insurance
of fees for routine services such as examinations, teeth
cleaning, x-rays and emergency visits, are expected at
the time services are provided. Insurance claims can be
filed by the office. We accept cash, VISA, MasterCard,
Discover, personal checks, or money orders.
not hesitate to ask about the anticipated cost of your
treatment. You have the right to know about and
understand our charges. We want you to feel that you
have been treated fairly.
written estimate will be provided for all complex
treatment. We will gladly give you a written estimate
for any routine procedures upon request. A down payment
is required for more involved, complex or extended
treatment, regardless of insurance coverage.
is our policy to provide the best dentistry for you. To
do this, it is important that we do not allow dental
benefits to be a determining factor in the diagnosis.
Your treatment will be based upon your needs, and we
assume that you are as concerned as we are about
maintaining your health.
term "dental insurance" is misleading. What is commonly
known as "dental insurance" is more correctly termed
dental benefits. Dental benefits are not intended to pay
everything, but to assist with costs of dental
treatment. Generally, dental benefits pay a percentage
of each procedure up to a set yearly maximum. The
benefits available to you are established by which plan
your employer has purchased.
a courtesy to you, we will submit claims to your dental
plan carrier. We also accept benefit assignment, meaning
that we will estimate the expected benefit payment and
allow you to pay your estimated portion at the time
services are provided. However, we do not guarantee any
estimate, and should your dental plan pay less than
expected, you are fully responsible for the balance. We
take no responsibility for any denials by dental plans.