I would like to personally thank you for the opportunity to provide you and your family with the highest quality oral healthcare! I understand that dental treatment can be a signiﬁcant monetary investment and our ofﬁce strives to keep our fees at or below the average for our area. It is our sincere intention to provide you with the best possible treatment option without putting you under undue ﬁnancial stress. Our ofﬁce offers several payment options to help you achieve this.
We accept cash, check, Visa, MasterCard, Discover, and CareCredit as forms of payment.
One Appointment Procedures
For routine dental care such as exams, x-rays, cleanings, and ﬁllings, we ask that payment be made in full at the time of the appointment (less the amount covered by insurance if applicable). This decreases our cost of billing, allowing us to keep our fees at a reasonable level.
Multiple Appointment Procedures
For procedures requiring more than one appointment and/or laboratory involvement (such as some root canals, dentures, crowns, bridges, and other prosthetic appliances), we request that half of your portion be paid at the start of the procedure with the remaining balance becoming due at the time of ﬁnal completion.
For some patients that require extensive dental rehabilitation, the “sticker shock” of the overall proposed treatment can seem overwhelming. Please be aware that major treatment plans can almost always be broken down into phases in order to allow you to take it slow and pay over a longer period of time. This has the added beneﬁt of helping you to maximize your insurance coverage (if applicable).
We also offer CareCredit (a third-party ﬁnancing company) for those patients who may need a little more ﬂexibility in meeting their ﬁnancial obligations. Certain plans even qualify for six or twelve-months of free ﬁnancing! More information can be found by following the CareCredit link or calling our ofﬁce. The process is simple and your qualiﬁcation can be determined online or at your ﬁrst appointment. Many patients have found this to be a great option for comprehensive treatment plans and when considering elective esthetic treatment not usually covered by insurance (such as veneers).