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Insurance & Payment

An insurance deductible is essentially the amount you are required to pay before your insurance provider can begin to cover your care. For example, if you have a deductible of $500, this means that you must pay at least $500 for services before your insurance provider can cover future services.

A yearly maximum benefit is the maximum amount of money a dental plan will allot to cover you during a benefit period. For example, if you have a maximum benefit of $1,000, your insurance provider will only cover costs up to that amount.
We accept most major insurance plans (PPOs), as well as Medicaid, Medicare, and CHIP.
How much you will have to pay depends on the amount of coverage your insurance provider offers for your selected plan. Our staff will verify your dental benefit information and give you an estimate before your appointment. We will also help you with the filing process for any insurance claims during your appointment.
CareCredit, Lending Club, cash, check, or major credit cards.

Regular Check-Ups

Dental treatment needs vary by patient; everyone has a unique smile. Some people schedule visits twice a year, while others may need to be seen more frequently.
You should schedule your child’s first dentist visit by the age of one, or once the first tooth appears. The first set of teeth typically begin to emerge around six months old.
We will work with you to help keep you on top of your oral health needs. Your hygienist will discuss what interval will work best, to keep your mouth healthy. Before you leave, we will schedule your next appointment. You will receive a card, a phone call, an e-mail, or a text when it is time for your next visit.
Our entire team exceeds the state's requirement for continuing education in dentistry each year. We also read respected trade journals, attend professional conferences, and embrace all we can to stay current with the latest procedures and advanced technology in both general and cosmetic dentistry.