Our doctor(s) and staff are proud to be a team whose primary mission is to deliver the finest and most comprehensive periodontal services available today.
We are concerned about your dental care and want to ensure you that it is performed in the most responsible manner. In order to assist you with the investment in your dental health, we have outlined our payment policy.
For single-visit procedures, our policy is that payment is due in full at the time of service. For your convenience we accept cash, checks, money orders, and credit card payment (Visa, MasterCard, Discover and American Express.)
Multiple Visit Payment Options
Full Payment at Time of Service
5 percent fee reduction for payment before treatment is rendered.
Selection of this option gives you the maximum savings on the cost of your treatment plan because the billing expenses we save are passed onto you in the form of a 5 percent discount. Your Treatment Coordinator will provide you with specific details.
For those individuals desiring a more flexible payment plan, the open account plan may be the best choice. This plan allows for three equal payments to be paid out over a period of three months. The first payment of one-third is due at the time of treatment, the second payment is due one month after treatment, and the third and final payment is due two months after treatment.
For those who would prefer an extended payment plan.
For your convenience, payments may be made with cash, personal check, and bank draft, Discover, Visa,MasterCard & American Express. If you have any problems or questions, please ask our staff. They are well informed and up-to-date. Please call if you have any questions or concerns regarding your initial visit.
Our insurance coordinators deal with many different insurance companies. Some companies offer many different dental and medical plans. These companies can change benefits, co-pays, and deductibles many times throughout the year. We do our best to provide you with accurate coverage estimates based on information available to us. At times, it is almost impossible to accurately estimate a patient’s insurance co-payment. Many insurance companies will not give out fees until after the treatment is completed. Dealing with these companies can be difficult and time consuming. As a courtesy, we ask that you keep us informed of any change to your insurance. It is important that all information about you and your insurance is current. We will gladly file a claim on your behalf. Most dental insurance policies are limited and often only pay for a portion of the procedure(s) that may need to be done.
The majority of dental plans reimburse approximately 50-100 percent of treatment costs. We will try to estimate your portion of financial responsibility. However, please realize that ultimately your insurance contract is between you and your insurer, and that you are ultimately responsible for payment. Upon receipt of an insurance payment, any balance due will be billed to you. If you have deposited an excessive co-payment, it will be refunded to you.