It is important that all treatment is understood and the patient is in agreement prior to any treatment beginning. Your treatment plan and an estimate of fees will be determined and discussed with you.
Your fee can be handled in several different ways. Please let us know your payment preference:
Pay with cash, check or credit card the day of service. (Under $100)
Pay one half the fee at the beginning of treatment and divide the remainder into three equal monthly payments.
If you have dental insurance, pay the estimated co-payment the day of service.
CareCredit is a personal line of credit for healthcare treatment for your entire family. It works like a credit card, but has two advantages.
It can only be used for healthcare services
You can get No Interest financing every time you use it. Simply pay your minimum monthly payment and pay off the entire balance by the end of your promotional period and you pay NO interest. You can get a No Interest payment plan if paid in full within 6, 12, 18 or 24 months on purchases with your CareCredit card. Interest will be charged to your account from the purchase date if the promotional balance, including optional charges, is not paid in full within 6, 12, 18 or 24 months or if you make a late payment. Minimum monthly payments are required.
A 1.5% per month finance charge may be assessed to accounts with balances after 60 days.
Our administrative staff will file your insurance in order to obtain the maximum reimbursement from your insurance company.
Your insurance company may base its allowances on a fee scale, which may or may not coincide with our office fees.
With most insurance companies, reimbursement is rarely 100%. Any co-payment will be the patient’s responsibility.
In some cases a “pre-authorization” is necessary prior to treatment beginning. We will be happy to complete and file these forms for you.
Your insurance contract has been negotiated for you and your carrier. It in no way involves this office. Any questions in regards to coverage or dollar amount must be referred to the insurance carrier.