Insurance and Financing Options
We accept most PPOs.
We value you as a patient and are committed to providing you with the best possible dental care. We want you to have a complete understanding of your financial responsibilities for the services to be provided. To assist us in achieving these goals, we ask that you review our financial policy.
Unless payment arrangements have been approved in advance by our authorized staff, payment in full will be due at the time services are rendered. At the time of your appointment, you will be expected to pay your deductible as well as any portion of the treatment fees that we estimate will not be covered by your insurance policy. Because of insurance policy changes and/or necessary changes in treatment plans, your dental coverage may vary from this estimated treatment calculation or your carrier’s pre-estimate.
Please remember that your insurance is a contract between you and your insurance company and/or employer. Our dental practice is not a party to the contract. We recommend that any questions regarding the amount of insurance coverage for the specific treatment be discussed directly with your insurance company or your employer.
If your check is dishonored or returned for any reason, pursuant to SB-921, you will have 10 days to render payment, plus a $25 bank service charge, on all returned checks. If payment is not received within that period, the check will be forwarded to the District Attorney for collection.
All treatment charges are the responsibility of the patient or responsible party regardless of insurance coverage. In the event of non-payment, the patient or responsible party agrees to pay all the costs of collection including but not limited to attorney fees, court costs, collection agency fees, etc.
No charge will be made for rescheduling an appointment provided 24 hours notice is given. Otherwise, a $25 missed appointment fee will be charged. Once an appointment has been made, please remember this time has been specifically reserved for you. The missed appointment fee is not a covered expense of your insurance company.