Financial Information


Dental treatment is an excellent investment in your health. We are committed to providing you with the best possible dental care for your specific needs. The cost of your dental care may vary due to your needs and treatment plan. Our office is willing to assist you in formulating a financial plan to meet your needs before your treatment is scheduled.

In order to keep fees down while maintaining the highest level of care, we offer these convenient payment plans:

  1. Payment in full by cash, check, bank card (credit or debit, Visa, Mastercard, American Express and Discover).
  2. Our office partners with CARE CREDIT may be applied for by clicking on the Care Credit link on our website.
  3. In some cases, extended payment arrangements may be made. This must be done prior to any treatment.


If you have dental insurance, we are happy to help you receive your maximum allowable benefits if you will supply your insurance card or insurance plan the day of treatment or before.

We ask that you read your policy to be sure that you are fully aware of any limitations of the benefits provided. We accept payment directly from the PRIMARY and SECONDARY insurance company for that percentage (%) your insurance will cover, however we require that the deductible and estimated non-covered fees from your Primary and Secondary be paid at each visit. If the payment from the insurance company has not been received with 30-60 days, the insurance claim will be closed and the patient is responsible for the balance. In the event of duplicate payment, we will refund your payment promptly.

It is important that you realize:

  1. Your dental benefit program is a contract between you, your employer, and the insurance company. We are not a party to that contract. This office files your insurance as a courtesy to you.
  2. Not all dental services are covered benefits in all contracts.
  3. You (not the insurance company) are responsible to us for all our fees for services.
  4. An Estimate can be given of the benefits that the insurance company is expected to pay and any co-payment that is expected at the time services are rendered, if requested.
  5. A secondary insurance does not necessarily mean that your entire treatment will be covered.

Your appointment time has been reserved especially for you. There is a ***24*** hour notice required to cancel or postpone an appointment.