Although Dental personnel treat the area in and around your mouth, you mouth is a part of your entire body. Please inform us of any health problems you may have or medication you are taking.
We are committed to providing the best dental care to our patients and to keeping your costs as low as possible. In order to accomplish this, it is imperative that appointments that are made with us are kept. If you are unable to keep an appointment, we require 24hours notice, so that other patients who need to be seen can be scheduled.
If an appointment is missed without any notice, or for excessively canceling appointments with less than 24hours notice, there will be a $100 charge and a current credit card will be required to be on file. If a second appointment is missed or cancelled, the full fee for the appointment will be charged to your card.
Each patient will be given a treatment plan for any appointment that is planned. The treatment plan details the cost of our services and an estimate of how much insurance will contribute. If you have any questions about the cost of your treatment, please ask before scheduling your appointment. Payment in full for work done is required at the time or the appointment, either by cash, check or credit card.
If your insurance has not paid on a claim within 60 days, you will be responsible for the unpaid portion and we will send a bill for that amount. If the payment from insurance comes to us after you’ve paid it, we will send you a reimbursement check.
We are happy to help answer general questions about dental insurance. However, we must stress that your policy is an agreement between you and your insurance company, and that we are a third party to that contract. If you have specific questions about your policy, you can call your insurance company: They will be able to give you more specific information.
If you have questions about any of these policies, please ask for clarification prior to your appointment.