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  Financial Policy  

Patients pay for our services at the time they are rendered. Our patients who have dental insurance that allows assignment of benefit are expected to pay the amount of their estimated co-pay and deductible at the time of service. Those patients with insurance that do not allow assignment of benefit will need to pay in full to be reimbursed directly from the insurance company. Payments may be made using cash, debit, check, Visa, MasterCard, American Express and/ or Discover. 


  • Insurance is a contract between the patient and/or employer and the insurance company. It is not a contract between our office and your insurance company. We will be happy to assist you by filing your insurance claim and answering the details that the insurance company may require. We cannot be responsible for payment by the insurance company.

  • Regarding a Minor or Guardian status: the responsibility for payment belongs to the parent and/ or guardian.




​We work with Cherry Payment Plans for patients who wish to finance larger treatment expenses. More information can be found at:


If your insurance has not paid within 90 days of services rendered, you will need to make full payment to this office and reimbursed when your insurance company pays. After 90 days the patient is responsible to pursue payment from the insurance company. All current documentation will be provided by mail in order to assist your inquiries. The insured has a better ability to deal with the insurance company and the employer responsible for the policy.

If you have any questions or concerns please don't hesitate to call the office. 

Insurance Providers

Our office is in network with some PPO plans. Please check with your insurance company or give our office a call and we can assist with that information. 

We work with any insurance and submit claims on your behalf. It does not matter what, if any, insurance you have. We are happy to do the submission/claims for both participating and OON plans.

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