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Insurance/Payment

FACTS YOU SHOULD KNOW ABOUT DENTAL INSURANCE

Dental insurance is not meant to be a pay-all ... it is only meant to be an aid.

Many plans tell you that you will be covered "up to 80-100%". In spite of what you have been told, we've found most plans cover only 15-50% of an average fee. The amount your plan pays is determined by how much your employer pays for the plan. The less he paid for the insurance, the less you will receive.

It has been the experience of many dentists that some insurance companies tell their customers that "fees are above the usual and customary" rather than admitting that their benefits are low.

Many routine dental services are not covered by dental insurance at all.
If you have any questions regarding your insurance, you should contact your company regarding the details of the plan it is conducting in your behalf. We are happy to help you submit your claims, and we will try to get the maximum benefit for you that your plan provides.

IT IS THE PATIENT/SUBSCRIBER'S RESPONSIBILITY TO KNOW THEIR INSURANCE PLAN AND ITS COVERAGE.


We participate with the following insurance companies:

  • Delta
  • MetLife
  • Guardian
  • Aetna PPO

As a courtesy, we will complete and file insurance forms for many other companies.

Payment Policy

Payment is expected at the time of service. However, on laboratory procedures, half of the patient portion is due at the start and the balance is due at insertion. (i.e. crowns, bridges, removable partials and dentures, inlays, onlays, implants, appliances, etc.)

If needed, we have applications for Care Credit, a company that, upon approval, will finance your dental account into an affordable payment plan.

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