Financial Policy

You deserve a home full of healthy, sparkling smiles. And, you deserve to be comfortable with every aspect of your dental care, including your financial arrangements. To help you fit the treatment you and your family need into your lifestyle, we offer several payment options, including:

  • Cash
  • Personal check
  • Major debit and credit cards
  • Low- or no-interest monthly payment plans through CareCredit

Regarding Dental Insurance

  • SoonerCare Provider
  • HealthChoice Provider

If we have received all of your insurance information on the day of the appointment, we will be happy to file your claim for you. Please be familiar with your insurance benefits. Usually, dental insurance pays a portion of your fee (often 50%-80%), leaving a balance that is due on the day of treatment. Keep in mind that you may also have a deductible – an amount that must be paid by you before your dental insurance benefits “kick in.”

The amount the insurance pays is called the usual, customary, or reasonable fee (UCR). We do not set this fee, and it may differ from not only our rate, but also from the rates of other dental practices in our area. We know dental insurance can be confusing, but rest assured that you will be completely comfortable with every aspect of your financial obligation and that we will answer any questions you may have!

By law, your insurance company is required to respond to each claim within 30 days of receipt. We file all insurance claims electronically, so your insurance company will receive your claim(s) within just days of your treatment. You are responsible for any balance on your account after 30 days, whether insurance has paid or not. If you have not paid your balance within 60 days a re-billing fee of 1.5% will be added to your account each month until it is paid in full. We will be glad to send a refund to you if your insurance pays us or if you have a credit balance.

PLEASE UNDERSTAND that we file dental insurance as a courtesy to our patients. We do not have a contract with your insurance company – only you do. We are not responsible for how your insurance company handles its claims or for what benefits they pay on a claim. We can only assist you in estimating your portion of the cost of treatment. We at no time guarantee what your insurance will or will not do with each claim.

Brush Brush Brush!

When you brush your teeth, it's just like washing your body. You wouldn't only wash the top half of you in the shower, right?

Remember that each part of your tooth should be flossed first
and then brushed on all surfaces, including near the gums to ensure proper blood flow and oxygen to your gum line. After brushing, rinse with mouthwash to get out any lingering bacteria and wallah, your teeth, mouth and smile will THANK YOU for taking such great care of them!