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Payment Options

Payment at the Time of Service

We accept cash, debit or credit cards at the time of the appointment. Major credit cards accepted by our office include Mastercard, Visa, Discover Card, and American Express.

Payment Options 1

Extended Financing Option

As a service to our patients, we are pleased to offer CareCredit, the nation’s leading dental payment plan. CareCredit has several payment plans to meet every financial need, including interest-free and low interest options, each with low monthly payments and no upfront costs. It’s easy to apply and you will receive an online decision in seconds. Apply Online or speak to our front office staff for more details.

Payment Options 2

Patients with Insurance Coverage

Dental insurance pays only a portion of the total treatment charge. The portion which the patient pays (Deductible and Co-Payment) can be handled according to the Payment Options outlined above. The portion that the insurance company pays can be assigned to our office, providing the insurance company will send benefits to us. Certain insurance companies will not send payments to us, but will send them to patients. In those situations, patients will pay for their services according to the options above, and will be reimbursed directly by their carriers to the extent they allow.

Assignment of Benefits

Our office will accept assignment of benefits under the following conditions:

  • All current pertinent personal and insurance information is provided prior to the first visit.
  • The patient understands and signs the financial policy form.

If this information is not available prior to the first visit, the patient will be asked for payment in full for that day’s charges.

After verification of insurance benefits, we will accept assignment of benefits as a partial payment of the total charge. You will be expected to pay your deductible, if applicable, and any estimated patient co-payment. If after 60 days, your insurance company has not paid their portion, the patient will be responsible for paying the balance in full.