We feel the best thing about our style of dentistry is our commitment to quality. If you’ve been with our practice a while, you already know our attention to detail and fine materials are second nature to us. But everyone’s financial situation is different. And good dentistry won’t count for much if it is beyond your means.
We work with most dental insurers. Please keep in mind you are responsible for your total obligation should your insurance benefits result in less coverage than anticipated.
If you share our belief in quality dentistry ‘the best dentistry we can possibly do’ then we’ll find a way to make it part of your life.
The fees we charge for dental services are the same for every patient, insured or not. A given insurance policy, however, is based on a fixed fee schedule called “usual and customary” . Your dental plan is a form of compensation provided by your employer. You can expect the insurance company to reimburse you for a portion of our fee. That portion is determined by the contract between your employer and the insurance company. The higher the premium paid by your employer, the more generous the reimbursement.
Dentistry has changed very quickly, insurance fee schedules have not. After all, insurance companies are profitable businesses, not dental benefactors.
Further, insurance companies reimburse you an amount they figure is commensurate with average quality dentistry in an average office with an average staff, “average” falling somewhere between the best dentistry and the worst dentistry.
We have a better opinion of our services. Our belief is and always has been, that the style and quality of our dentistry is always the best. We’re happy to help you with any insurance question you have. But please remember your insurer dictates your coverage—we don’t.
We deliver the finest care at the most reasonable cost to our patients. Therefore payment is due at the time service is rendered. For your convenience, we accept checks, Cash, Visa, MasterCard, Discover, Care Credit, and Springstone.