Many of our patients request our assistance in the filing of insurance claims. We are pleased to provide this service. We do however, request the patient’s full portion of payment the day services are provided. We accept many insurance plans and are preferred providers for many insurance carriers. This service is a courtesy to you, our patients. Keep in mind the contract is between the patient and the insurance carrier, and not between the insurance carrier and the dentist.
Ultimately it is the patient’s responsibility to know their insurance company’s reimbursement schedules as well as their eligibility for coverage. The patient assumes responsibility for all care provided. Thank you for your understanding and compliance with these payment guidelines.
It is becoming more common for people to research the health value of the foods they are consuming. Gaining more knowledge to ensure a healthy lifestyle is important to younger generations. Although we may be focused on how to gain or lose weight easily, there are other benefits food can have. If you have ever […]
Smiling is an attractive trait on any person. When we smile it shows genuineness and delight, however, it also is the first thing people see. Not having the picture perfect smile or the dream smile you want can make you self conscious. There are multiple cosmetic dental options that might fit your needs to get […]
As you may have heard, charcoal is coming on the rise in many beauty and health trends. Whether you are smearing it, brushing it, or eating it, activated charcoal is everywhere to be seen. It is known to absorb bad toxins and seems to clear up acne prone skin. So there is no debate why […]
What is Early Childhood Caries? Dental caries, baby bottle tooth decay, or more commonly, dental cavities, is a common infectious disease. Among children, it is the most common infectious disease. The American Dental Association (ADA) defines ECC as “the presence of one or more decayed (non-cavitated or cavitated lesions), missing (due to caries) or filled […]