Office Policies

Our office policy has always been to work with all patients; both self-insured as well as those with dental insurance. We will do our best to help you maximize your dental benefits, but please understand that we can only provide an estimate of benefits. Depending on your insurance coverage, actual reimbursement may vary.

Please know that 24 hours of advance notice is greatly appreciated.

Appointments

Once an appointment has been scheduled, this time has been reserved exclusively for you. If, for some reason, you aren’t able to keep your appointment, please call our office to reschedule.

What to Bring to your First Appointment

To provide you with prompt dental treatment please be sure to bring the following when you visit our practice for your initial visit:

Please arrive 15 minutes before your scheduled appointment time to fill out necessary paperwork. If you would like to complete your paperwork prior to your appointment, you may print and fill out the appropriate forms found below

Insurance

We accept most dental insurance plans. Please familiarize yourself with your insurance plan; paying close attention to your benefit maximums, deductibles and covered percentages. Our staff will prepare all the necessary forms for your dental benefits. However, we remind you that your specific policy is an agreement between you and your insurance company.

Please know that you are responsible for your total obligation should your insurance benefits result in less coverage than anticipated. We do not render our services on the basis that insurance companies will pay all of our fees. We base our treatment on what is best for you. Your benefits are contracted between your employer and your insurance company.

Payment

Payment is due at the time that services are rendered unless previous arrangements have been made. This includes co-payment and deductibles (balances not paid by your insurance).

Health History Form

You’ll need to fill out a Health History Form before your first visit or any time your information changes.