We are committed to providing the highest quality of dental care. Our fees are based on what is customary for excellent dental care in this area, and we believe that these fees are fair compensation for the quality of the services we provide to our patients. We believe it is important for our patients to understand our financial policies before initiating any treatment. In advance of any treatment, we will provide an estimate of the investment in your dental health, including what your insurance, if any, may cover.
Payment or financial arrangements are due at the time the services are provided.
After your examination, diagnosis, and consultation, we will review our recommended treatment plan and estimated cost with you.
To make payment as convenient as possible for you, we accept cash, personal checks, Visa, MasterCard, Discover, and American Express.
Available Financing Programs
For patients who have limited or do not have any dental benefit coverage, we offer our own plan.
- No annual deductible
- No penalty for pre-existing conditions
- No annual maximum
- No insurance clerk or forms
- No exclusion for cosmetic procedures
- Perfect for families
For more information, please contact our office.
We have partnered with CareCredit to provide payment plans with low, fixed interest rates.
- Start treatment today
- Select a low monthly payment that fits within your budget
- Keep your credit cards available for general purposes
- Choose interest plans of 3, 6, 12, 18 and 24 months or choose an extended payment plan for up to 48 months
Many of our patients have dental benefits. We encourage each of our patients to become familiar with the coverage they have. We work with most dental insurance plans and will be happy to bill your carrier directly. You will be asked to pay for what your insurer will not cover, if anything, on the day the services are provided. We bill your carrier directly for your convenience, but you are always responsible for the full charges for your dental service. You should be aware that most insurance plans do not cover certain types of dental treatment. Common examples of these treatments are cosmetic procedures, restoration procedures needed because of excessive wear on teeth, and procedures where the insurance companies believe a cheaper (not better) option is available.
We are happy to answer any questions you may have and discuss the fees associated with your treatment plan.