Payments & Insurance
A wide range of payment options:
No interest financing, Monthly payment plans, No down payments options, Assistance with insurance, Automatic bank drafts and Credit card payments
Orthodontic insurance can be a big help. It is a wonderful way to defray the cost of orthodontic care. You may have dental insurance with your employer that covers a portion of our fees. Although we do not deal directly with the insurance companies, we will help you to claim your maximum benefit.
Please bring your insurance information with you to the examination appointment so that we can expedite your reimbursement.
There are countless different policies available for benefit packages. Your employer chose the specific benefits offered in your dental/orthodontic insurance plan. Unlike medical insurance, most dental insurance companies pay only a portion of the orthodontic fee. Since every insurance company sells several different policies, it is impossible for us to predict exactly what is covered by your policy. If you have any questions about coverage, please contact your insurance agent, your union representative, or your employer’s "Health Benefit" section at work. See the 'Calling your Insurance Company' section below.
Filing a Claim
Filing a claim is quite easy. We will complete the Dental claim form for you to sign and forward to your insurance company. Filing a claim is quite easy. We will complete the Dental claim form for you to sign and forward to your insurance company.
Our approach is that your insurance is an arrangement between you and your insurance company. We will make all financial arrangements directly with you, yet we will send claim to insurance as a courtesy. You will be responsible for making all payments directly to our office including the insurance unpaid balance towards your treatment cost.
Please be aware that all professional services are charged directly to the patient. The insurance company may or may not reimburse you for part of the fee. You are responsible for any portion of the fee the insurance company does not pay.