Payment OptionsWe accept checks, cash or credit cards. We also offer a flexible payment plan. Please see our Financial Coordinator for details. We are happy to file insurance for your reimbursement as long as you are free to choose your own dentist.
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Financial PolicyOur goal is to help you maximize your dental insurance benefits. As a courtesy, we are happy to bill your dental plan for services. When we call on your insurance and verify benefits it is not a guarantee of payment by the insurance company and may vary according to your individual plan when the actual claim is submitted.
Any treatment plan that our office proposes to you is an estimate of what your insurance coverage will be, it is not a guarantee. If you need exact payment of benefits, then a pretreatment is required. If you would like this done, you must specify to the office manager before any work is initiated (This takes 6-8 weeks).
Please remember that the contract itemizing your dental benefits is between you, your employer, and your insurance company. Regardless of coverage, your estimated co-payment is due in full the day of treatment. If your insurance plan does not pay within 120 days of treatment, you must pay any outstanding balance and seek reimbursement from your dental plan. If your dental plan pays more than expected, you will receive a refund check. Also remember dental insurance plans are not designed to cover all of your dental needs.