The first step towards a beautiful, healthy smile is to schedule an appointment. Please contact our office by phone or complete an online appointment request.
If you are a new patient to our office, please visit our patient forms page to download our new patient bundle with forms that will need to be filled out when you arrive at our office. Printing them, filling them out and bringing them with you will allow us to attend to your medical needs more quickly than completing them on your arrival. Thank you and please contact our office if you have any questions at all.
For your convenience, we accept Cash, Check, Visa, Mastercard, American Express or Discover Card. We also have a third party finance option - CareCredit which allows you to pay overtime with no annual fee or prepayment penalties.
Our Office and Your Insurance Plan
DO YOU ACCEPT MY INSURANCE? HOW MUCH WILL THEY PAY?
We currently accept all private insurance plans (plans that do not require you to select a dentist from a list or require our office to accept a reduced fee for services). This means we work with literally thousands of companies. Although we maintain computerized histories of payment by a given company, they do change; therefore, it is impossible to give you a guaranteed quote at the time of service. We estimate your portion based on the most up-to date information we have, but it is, only an estimate. Payment in full for your portion is required at time of service.
I THOUGHT I PAID MY PORTION, BUT I GOT A BILL. WHY?
We base the patient portion of your bill on our most current data, but there are many factors that can affect this estimate. There may be a deductible (individual or family) or you may have received treatment in another office prior to joining our office, which is not calculated into our database. Sometimes you may need to see a specialist for care, which also uses your annual benefit. Insurance companies do not (and cannot in most cases) notify us of changes to your benefits, they only notify you. If these situations apply to you, please let us know when we estimate your treatment plan, so we can adjust accordingly.
INSURANCE DIDN'T PAY, NOW WHAT?
We bill your insurance as a courtesy. If insurance does not pay within 90 days, we reserve the right to request payment in full for services from you and let you collect the insurance funds that are due you. This is rare, but it is important that you recognize the insurance you have as a legal contract between you and your insurance company. Our office is not and cannot be a part of that legal contract. Ultimately, you are responsible for all charges incurred in our office.