What insurances do you accept?
We are not member providers with any insurance plans but will happily assist your patient with obtaining their benefits. We can accommodate all patients with PPO insurances and offer co-payment plans. Procedures such as implants and bone grafting are usually not covered by any insurance, and provider membership becomes irrelevant for such procedures.
What are the payment options?
Patients with insurance may pay their fees in full and get directly reimbursed by their insurance company or they may pay an approximate co-payment and we will submit claims on their behalf. We accept checks and all major credit cards. See our payment plan and financial policies for more information.
Do you offer payment plans?
Yes. We offer a 2-month payment plan through our office (requires an agreement and credit card number on file) and extended payment plans (three to 12 months without interest) through third-party companies. Approval takes a few minutes and may be completed by phone or online.
What are the fees for common procedures?
To assist you with patient education as well as treatment planning, we can provide you with our fees for common procedures. Please contact our office for a copy.
What procedures may be covered under medical insurances?
Trauma, pathology, trauma-related dental implants, certain bone graft procedures, and orthognathic surgeries may be considered under medical insurances. Elective procedures are often not covered. A pre-authorization letter is recommended to obtain available benefits. Many insurance companies exclude procedures that are not considered medically necessary. Impacted third molars may occasionally be covered by medical insurances, especially if associated with cysts or other types of pathology.