Dental

Insurance

We accept most insurance as a form of payment.

We will file all the paperwork for you.

Most insurance do NOT cover 100%

 

Dental Insurance:

Dental insurance is simply a form of payment. This form of payment requires complex paperwork that our office staff will be glad to assist. We will assist you submitting all the forms necessary along with any supporting documents. Filling these forms is not a means of guarantee payment, if there's no payment for any reason, it is your (the patient's) responsibility to contact insurance company to question, or ask for a reconsideration or appeal. You are the policy holder, so they work for you.

 

We accept most insurance as a form of payment. Please keep in mind that Most insurance companies do NOT cover 100% of all dental expenses. You are responsible for your portion that is not covered by your insurance. An estimate of this payment is due at the time of your treatment.  If there's a balance due after your insurance company pays their portion, you will be billed for the unpaid amount. Furthermore, you are responsible for any charges exceed your benefits.

 

Treatment Estimates:

Treatment Estimate simply put is an Estimate. Dental treatment fees given to you are based on the treatment anticipated at the initial comprehensive examination.  Some teeth may have hidden decay, fracture, infections, or other unanticipated conditions that will require more extensive dental treatment.  In situations where additional charges are involved, we will help you file an amendment to your insurance company.  Any charges exceeds your maximum allowable benefits will be your responsibility.

 

Late Payment Fee:

There is a Late Payment Charge of $25.00 for any balance that is over 30-days pass due.

 

Return Check Fee:

A $50.00 charge will be applied to all return checks.

 

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