Payment is expected at time of service. We will accept cash, check, or credit card. Checks accepted with valid driver’s license only.
We accept insurance. We will file your claims at no charge. It is the patient’s responsibility to provide us with current insurance information.
If any payment from an insurance company becomes 30 days past due, you will be immediately billed for the entire balance.
We will file pre-treatment estimates, AT YOUR REQUEST ONLY. Please be aware that some insurance companies may not honor a pre-treatment estimate or may alter it. In all cases it may delay important dental care.
Not all services are covered by insurance. In the event your insurance plan determines a service to be “not covered”, you will be responsible for the complete charge. Our staff can never guarantee your eligibility and coverage.
Insurance limitations and regulations vary with all insurance plans. Therefore, if your insurance plan denies a service, you will be responsible for the complete charge. We do not base your treatment plan on what your insurance plan covers or doesn’t cover. We are working for you, not the insurance company.
Past due accounts may be turned over to a collection agency. Any fees incurred due to this, will be added to the outstanding balance. This may include late fees, collection agency fees, court fees etc.