I have dental insurance, and I found out that your office doesn’t participate in any insurance networks. Can I still come to your office for treatment?

YES! Dental insurance creates confusion for many patients regarding their benefits. Dental insurance is a contract between you, your employer, and a dental insurance company. Any benefits you receive are paid in Accordance with the terms of the contract that was negotiated by your employer. Most dental insurance plans vary in their coverage policy. Because the benefits you currently have are decided between your employer and your insurance company, some services may not be covered. Dental insurance companies rarely cover 100 percent of a dental specialist’s fee.

The goal of our prosthodontic practice is to provide excellence in prosthodontic care at reasonable and fair fees. We are happy to complete insurance forms and submit your treatment to your insurance company as a courtesy. We will strive to achieve the maximum reimbursement to which you are entitled under your dental insurance plan. You are also encouraged to contact your insurance carrier regarding your insurance claims. Fees for our services are due at the time of service. Please let us know if you have any questions as it will be our pleasure to help you. Additional information regarding our financial policies can be obtained by contacting our office.