What are my payment options for fees not covered by my insurance?
Answer: Dental treatment is an excellent investment in an individual’s medical and psychological well-being. Financial consideration should not be an obstacle to obtaining this important service. It is our policy to ask that our patients pay their portion of the fees for their treatment at the time treatment is rendered. We can estimate that amount prior to scheduling.
However, we are sensitive to the fact that not all our patients will be able to fulfill our request for payment at time of service. Therefore, except for the initial visit, we offer numerous payment options that will be discussed prior to any treatment. On the initial visit, payment in full is due.
We accept personal checks and all major credit cards. For extended credit, we have a computer program that searches all available options for the best plan for your needs.
It is our pleasure to assist you in maximizing your insurance benefits by completing your claim forms. However, financial obligation for dental treatment is between you and our office. The full balance remains your responsibility and if your insurance does not pay in 60 days, we expect you to pay the balance. A credit or refund will be issued in the event of an overpayment.
For patients who do not have dental insurance coverage at all, consider our Total Care Plan