We accept assignment of insurance benefits. The insurance policy is a contract between you and your insurance company. We are not a party to that contract. All contracts have limits and/or various degrees of co-payment. Please make yourself aware of this specific plan prior to your visit(s). To obtain plan information often you may discuss this with your human resources department, or, call the number listed on your dental insurance card. The treatment recommended by our office is never based on what your insurance will pay; it is based upon our dedication to giving our patients the highest quality dental care. We strive to give patients informed opinions regarding what is best for their oral health. IT IS THE PATIENT’S RESPONSIBILITY TO INFORM THE OFFICE OF ANY INSURANCE CHANGES.
We will do our best to estimate what the patient portion will be for future services; this is based upon the information given to us by your insurance company. This estimate amount should NEVER be considered a guarantee of how much your insurance plan will cover nor how much you will be responsible for. Whether your insurance company pays or not, the balance due is ultimately your responsibility. If your insurance company has not paid your account in full within 45 days, the balance will automatically be transferred to the patient balance and billed directly to the patient.
Regarding insurance plans where we are participating provider: All co-pays and deductibles are due at the time of any visit. In the eventthat your insurance coverage changes to a plan where we are not participating providers, refer to the above paragraph.
FULL PAYMENT IS DUE AT TIME OF SERVICE. WE ACCEPT CASH, CHECKS, OR VISA/MASTERCARD, DISCOVER, AMERICAN EXPRESS, ANDCARE CREDIT.