We consider our relationship with you to be of primary
importance and will always make our recommendations based on
what we believe is the very best treatment for you
regardless of your insurance coverage or financial
arrangements. For your comfort and convenience, we offer a
wide range of financial options, and welcome your
suggestions and questions.
Pre-Payment in Full (Non-Insurance patients)
A pre-payment Bookkeeping Courtesy of 10% will be given for
direct payment in full by cash or check prior to treatment
on large cases (fees totaling over $1,000)
Pre-Authorized Credit Card Agreement
With your permission and signature, we will charge your
MasterCard or VISA with an agreed payment amount each month.
This allows you to make monthly payments without applying
for additional credit.
Three Payments (for fees over $1000.00)
Total patient obligation may be divided as follows: 50% due
at the first treatment visit, with the remaining balance
split into two equal payments, due 30 and 60 days after
first treatment visit.
Interest free payment plans with low payments up to 12
With good credit we can get fast approval by phone.
Apply online here:
Pay as You Go
You may choose to pay your obligation for each visit with
Cash, Check or Credit Card, at the visit.
Gradual Treatment Plan
FOR THOSE PATIENTS ON A LIMITED BUDGET. By prioritizing
treatment, those patients who do not have dental insurance
or on a tight budget can still complete their dental work by
spreading appointments over several months or years.
It is our pleasure to assist you in maximizing your
insurance benefit by completing your claim forms. If your
carrier is up to date (in over 70% of the cases), the claims
will be transmitted via computer modem before the end of the
treatment day! As a courtesy, in addition to filing the
claim, if you prefer
will initially ask you only for your estimated co-payment.
Please understand that this is only an estimate, and is
based upon the information available to us. Once your
carrier has paid the claim, any difference will be due upon
receipt of our statement. If your insurance company
postpones payment for more than 60 days, we ask that you
make the remaining payment while we work together to get the
insurance company to pay you their obligation. After the
60-day grace period, the remaining balance is subject to
The range of benefits depends solely on
what your employer wishes to purchase. Some plans cover as
little as 30% or as much as 100% of dental services, with
most falling in the 40% to 80% range. Many plans base the
amount of benefit on a schedule of fees arbitrarily
developed by insurance companies. For this reason, you may
receive a lower percentage than the reimbursement level
indicated in your dental plan. For example, if your plan
states that it will pay 80% of the cost of a specific
treatment, it means 80% of the fee arbitrarily determined by
the insurance company and not the actual fee charged by our
The financial obligation for the dental
treatment is between you and our office.