Insurance and Payment Information
You may be surprised to learn that dentist are not involved in determining the terms of your dental benefits, including what procedures your insurer will cover, or at what price. Dental insurance is actually a contact negotiated between your employer and the insurance company – not your dental office.
The goal of most dental insurance policies is to provide only basic care for specific dental services. It’s important to understand that the dental benefits you receive from the insurance company have nothing to do with your individual needs or achieving the best results. Because your dental benefits are negotiated between your employer and the insurance company, many needed services may not be covered.
As a courtesy, our office will complete and submit your insurance forms to achieve the maximum reimbursement to which you are entitled. Please do remember, however, that ultimately you are responsible for all expenses incurred. We urge you to read and review your dental policy so that you are fully aware of your insurance coverage.
If you don’t have insurance right now, take a look at our Dental Savings plan to take advantage of this great new program.
Insurance Plans We Accept:
- United Healthcare
- United Concordia
- Delta Dental
- Blue Cross Blue Shield
Cash, Check, Visa, MasterCard, Discover, American Express, and payment plans such as Care Credit.