Insurance & Financial Information

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Boy_Braces_3.jpgA beautiful smile is one of the greatest gifts you can give yourself or your child.

It is our mission to provide you with affordable, high-quality treatment that fits your budget! Our practice offers a multitude of insurance and financial options to ensure you can comfortably afford the treatment you need and deserve!

For your convenience we accept Visa, MasterCard and Discover and are able to utilize a monthly auto debit program.

Affordable Financing Options

In-house Financing

We will arrange a payment plan in our office that, to the greatest extent possible, is individualized to your needs. This approach typically involves a down payment at the beginning of treatment followed by monthly payments of an extended duration. If you opt for this payment option, we will automatically draft your monthly payment from either a credit card (Visa or MasterCard) or your checking or savings account on a day of your choosing.

Third-party Financing

We work with CareCredit and Chase Healthcare Finance, with a 0 down payment and low monthly payments that make your treatment more affordable.

These flexible payment options allow you to pay for your treatment over a period of time so you can focus on what matters most – keeping your smile healthy!

Insurance

We are pleased to assist patients with their dental insurance needs. Many dental insurance plans include orthodontic coverage that can reduce out-of-pocket costs. Any benefits received from a patient's insurance company are directly applied to the orthodontic fee. Our staff is happy to verify and accept the assignment of benefits on behalf of our patients.

We do ask that patients read their policy book and talk to someone regarding benefit-specific limitations or exclusions prior to beginning treatment in our office. Our staff specializes in obtaining the maximum benefit available on each plan. Once treatment has begun, our staff will submit and follow up on all necessary claims.

If for any reason the insurance company does not pay their expected portion of the treatment cost or the policy is changed or terminated, the financial obligation falls to the responsible party on the account.