For your convenience, we have multiple payment options. We accept cash, checks, Visa, MasterCard, Discover, and American Express.
For your convenience, we are pleased to accept Chase and Care Credit. Please click on the logos for more information.
CareCredit is an independent company that finances medical/dental expenses. There is a 12-month, interest-free option for qualified applicants. Longer payback intervals may carry interest charges up to 14.9% APR. You may fill out a no-commitment, credit application in just a few minutes by clicking on the link provided.
In an attempt to clarify any doubts regarding our office financial policy, please understand that:
1. We will file a claim with your insurance company for you. And we will ask that our office receive payment (partial or in full) for dental services rendered in our office.
2. Our office will communicate with your insurance company and a list of your benefits will be obtained. You will be given a copy of your â€œInsurance Coverageâ€ in your New Patient Package.
3. A deductible â€” usually $25 to $50 payable by the patient to activate payment of benefitsâ€” needs to be paid in our office, if one applies, only once a year.
4. Our office will calculate the estimated out-of-pocket expense to our patients based on the percentage formula given to us by your insurance company. Example: A $100 filling is covered at 80% and you pay $20 out-of-pocket. This amount will be collected in our office at the time of treatment.
5. When an insurance company denies a claim, we will re-file such claim when necessary. A copy of this transaction is often mailed to the beneficiary, so you will be notified by your insurance company just as we will.
6. Patients are ultimately responsible for payment of their dental bills. Our office will regret any miscalculation in your insurance coverage due to â€œpre-set fee schedules.â€ Our computer system records and upgrades these transactions so that we may better calculate your out-of-pocket expense in future treatments.
7. You will be billed any outstanding balance after an insurance company denial if services have already been rendered.
8. This is part of your contractual agreement with your insurance company and your doctorâ€™s office.