As a courtesy to our patients with insurance, we will file your insurance claim on your behalf, allowing you to pay only your estimated portion as services are rendered. Please remember that the contact is between you and your insurance company, and your total balance in our office is your responsibility regardless of any estimated insurance coverage.
We have no way to guarantee the actual terms of your policy. If, for any reason, there is a balance remaining after your insurance company's payment, you will be sent a statement. If the insurance company has not paid on your account within 30 days from the date of service, the balance will become due, and a statement will be sent to you for payment.
Our office is contracted with several insurances, as a result, there may be insurance adjustments reflected on your account. Our office will be more than happy to submit a pre-determination into your insurance if requested. Pre-determinations usually take 4-6 weeks to process and are still not a guarantee of benefits.
- We accept cash, money orders, check, Visa, MasterCard, Discover and American Express.
- We also offer financing through CareCredit®.
In order to reduce administrative cost, our office requires that cancellations be made with a minimum of 2 business day notice for a regular appointment. Appointments cancelled without more than 2 business day notice or failed appointments (no-show) will be subject to a $50 per hour fee.
For surgical appointments, we require a 1 week minimum cancellation notice. If you cancel with less than the 1 week notice, you will be required to pay a $400 deposit to reschedule your appointment. That deposit will go towards your total out of pocket cost for the surgical procedure. If you cancel a second time, that $400 will be kept as a cancellation fee.
In the event that you will require intravenous sedation, we require 2 weeks cancellation notice. If you cancel with less than the 2 weeks notice, you will be required to pay a $400 deposit to reschedule your appointment. That deposit will go towards your total out of pocket cost for the surgical procedure. If you cancel a second time, that $400 will be kept as a fee.