Financial FAQ

OUR COMMITMENT TO YOU

Our goal is to never let a financial problem take you by surprise. At each appointment, you will either be given a treatment plan or an appointment will be made to come back and discuss your treatment if we are unable to give you a plan that day, for any reason. We want you to know what treatment and fees to expect and we want to work with you to make sure we have a strategy in place for anticipated payment.

No Insurance? Our Patients Don't Need It!

We are more than happy to help you file your insurance. We do this as a courtesy for you, as we are not contracted, or “in-network”, with any insurance company. We believe that insurance companies create policies with their bottom line in mind, instead of a patient’s concerns, and we never want our quality of care to be compromised by an insurance policy’s limitations. We strive to give you the best care possible within the scope of your physical and financial needs. At each appointment, you will be reminded of an estimated out-of-pocket that was outlined on your treatment plan and payment of this amount will be due that day, unless other arrangements are made. This is our best guess, as your insurance company does not normally give us an exact amount but an estimate. Once payment from your insurance company is received, there may be a balance left on your account if the amount paid by the insurance is less than anticipated. You are responsible for any difference between the insurance payment and your balance. We will always work with you to make sure your account is accurate and current.

WHAT DO YOU NEED TO KNOW IF YOU HAVE INSURANCE?

WHAT FORMS OF PAYMENT DO WE ACCEPT?

We accept cash, personal check (for patients of record), Care Credit and all major credit cards. Any financial arrangements can be made in our office with our administrative staff. Arrangements are made on a case-by-case basis and will need to be established before beginning treatment, except in emergency cases.

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