We do participate with a select number of dental insurance plans. Because our insurance participation is reviewed and negotiated on an annual basis, the companies with which we participate are subject to change annually. Please check with our office staff for confirmation of current participation. Your insurance coverage is an agreement between you and your insurer. We will submit dental claims to your insurance company for consideration of benefits. If for any reason they do not pay, or pay less than expected, the balance becomes your responsibility. Regardless of insurance affiliation, you are ultimately responsible for all costs incurred.

We understand that under certain circumstances, such as when extensive treatment is rendered, an account balance may be incurred. In these instances we ask that the outstanding balance be paid in full within thirty days, unless other arrangements have been made in advance.

Our estimation of dental treatment expenses will provide you with the anticipated treatment needed and the projected cost of having the treatment completed. It is only an estimate, and may not reflect the exact treatment needed or the exact cost to be incurred. More extensive treatment may be required once restoration is initiated, as additional cavities are sometimes detected during treatment and areas of decay may be found to require more complex restoration. While we make every effort to be as accurate as possible with our initial estimation of costs, additional treatment will result in added fees for which you will be responsible. All estimates are valid for three months.

We accept payments in the form of cash, check, Visa, and MasterCard. A $25 fee will be assessed for any check returned to our office by the bank.