Dental insurance is a nice benefit that some employers give their employees. Dental insurance is a great monetary help but it hasn't kept up with inflation over the past 30-40 years. Thirty years ago the yearly maximum was $1,000 and many of today's policies have that same annual benefit.
Dental insurance helps, but you should not rely on them to provide the dental care you need. Each policy is designed to cover certain things depending on what premium your employer wants to pay. They are not designed to determine what is best for you, the patient. Often we find that the very treatment that is best for our patient is a non-covered benefit or a poorly covered benefit on their dental plan. Please understand that we will do everything possible to help you get the most benefit from your insurance, however, we will not base your treatment plan on what your insurance covers. We will create the best treatment plan to meet your needs.
We will be happy to file your insurance for you. Patients, however are ultimately responsible for charges incurred, regardless of insurance payments. You must decide what is in your best interest and choose accordingly. The best dental care is sometimes expensive and we will help you explore other financial options, if needed.
We request that you pay your portion on the day of service.
We accept cash, checks, Visa, Mastercard, Discover and American Express. We also have financing available through CareCredit and Lending Club
Please let us know if you would like additional information concerning these payment options or visit their websites.