Financial Information and Patients with Dental Insurance
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Financial

Financial Info

We understand that an important part of your dental care is financial. The following outlines some of our financial and office policies.

 

 

Method of Payment

Our office gladly accepts cash, check, Visa, Mastercard, Discover, and Care Credit.

For Patients With Insurance

 

As a courtesy to our patients with insurance, we will file your dental claims for services rendered. You are responsible for paying any deductible and copayment at the time of service. Our office staff makes every effort to be as accurate as possible when collecting these amounts; however, your insurance plan may not cover as much as we estimate. Any amount not paid by insurance is your responsibility. We will be happy to file a pre-determination with the insurance company so that we can provide you with a more precise estimation of what they will pay, but please remember, this does not guarantee their payment. Once we receive payment from the insurance company, any remaining balance is your responsibility. This balance will be due upon receipt of your statement. The balance is due for services provided is the patients responsibility, even if insurance pays nothing. If there has been an overpayment by the patient, a refund will be issued to the patient. Refunds are processed on a monthly basis.

 

We reserve and will exercise the right to report any account 90 days past due to a collections agency. All expenses incurred as a result will be the patients responsibility, as permitted by law.

Understanding Your Dental Insurance

We know that insurance can be difficult to understand. Join Dr. Blalock and Ashley as they try to shed some light on the matter.