Do you accept __________ insurance?
We currently accept only PPO plans. For a full list of insurances we DO and DO NOT take, click here.
What’s the difference between an HMO and a PPO insurance plan?
A Preferred Provider Organization (PPO) plan is based on a contract between the provider and insurance for the provider to be able to perform services for a certain fee. Patients have flexibility in choosing both in-network and out-of-network providers with varying fees. If a provider within the PPO network is chosen, rates are usually lower.
On the other hand, Health Management Organization (HMO) plans are low-cost insurance plans. Members under this plan must select a primary dentist from a pre-approved list.
Do I have a copay for my first visit?
It depends on what you’re coming in for, the treatment you’re getting, and your insurance. The fees for the procedures are based off of your insurance’s fees. If you have questions regarding how much a specific procedure might cost, give your insurance a call. During your visit, you’ll be presented a treatment plan that will cover co-pays for the recommended treatment, fees, and how much your insurance covers.
How long does it take for a claim to process?
It typically takes about 2 weeks for a claim to process by your insurance. If you wish to expedite the claim process, you may call your insurance to do so.
Do you accept children?
Yes we do! There is no age limit to be able to come to this practice.
Is your office accessible for patients with disabilities?
Yes it is. Please let us know prior to your appointment if you require special arrangements.
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