Dental Insurance and Payment Options
Our goal is to care for your dental health by developing a treatment plan that is possible in your budget. Our fees are determined by the quality of the materials we use and our experience to perform your treatment.
WE OFFER THE FOLLOWING FINANCIAL OPTIONS:
- 5% senior discount for seniors 60 and older who do not have insurance.
- For patients with NO dental insurance: If you make your payment in full at the time of treatment you will receive a 5% discount.
- We accept Visa, MasterCard and American Express (This option does not include a cash discount)
- Payment Plans available with 0% interest thru CareCredit. Click on button below to read about all the payment options available thru CareCredit.
PLEASE REMEMBER YOU ARE FULLY RESPONSIBLE FOR ALL FEES CHARGED BY THIS OFFICE REGARDLESS OF YOUR INSURANCE COVERAGE.
We provide an estimate of your insurance coverage and bill your insurance for treatment as a courtesy. Most insurance companies will respond within four to eight weeks. Please call our office if your statement does not reflect your insurance payment within that time frame. Any remaining balance after your insurance has paid is your responsibility. Your prompt remittance is appreciated.
We file all insurance as a courtesy, but we are listed with the following insurances as preferred providers:
- Blue Cross of Or
- Blue Cross of Washington
- Connection Dental
- Delta Dental
- Dental Wellness
- Mutual of Omaha
- Or Dental Service
- Premera BC of WA
- Regence BCPPO, W
- Simple Access Dental
- United Concordia
- United Healthcare
- Washington Dental Service
- Denta Max
If you have dental insurance, we are committed to help you receive your maximum benefits. We are happy to discuss your proposed treatment and answer any questions you may have about your insurance. As a courtesy, we will also bill the insurance for you. Please be aware that, in most cases, your insurance will cover only a portion of the fee for your treatment. We do our best to estimate what insurance will cover, but ultimately you are financially responsible for any amounts not covered. You can access your insurance coverage by visiting your insurance website.