To continue providing our patients with the highest quality of care using the latest technology and materials, the payment is due at the time of treatment. If you desire a financial assistance, we accept Care Credit. The preapproval is quick and can be done online prior to your visit.
The contract your employer negotiated with your insurance carrier defines your dental benefits. Please read the benefit or insurance plan booklet provided by your employer so that you better understand your benefits. Various dental plans cover endodontic procedures at different payment levels and, as a result, your payment portion may vary. If you do not find the answers to your questions, contact your employer’s plan or benefits administrator, who can explain the details.
Do you take my insurance?
We are in-network with many insurances. In network means that you will pay your portion of the treatment and we will file a claim on your behalf for the remainder. If you have an insurance that we are not in network with, after the treatment we will file your insurance claim on your behalf, and you will receive reimbursement directly from your insurance company. In that case, full payment is due at the time of treatment.
Why isn’t the recommended treatment a covered benefit?
Your endodontist diagnoses and provides treatment based on his or her professional judgment and not on the cost of that care. Some employers or insurance plans exclude coverage for necessary treatment as a way to reduce their costs. Your plan may not include this particular treatment or procedure, although your endodontist deemed the treatment necessary.
How do I know what my payment portion will be if my insurance does not cover the entire fee?
Your payment portion will vary according to the UCR of your plan, your maximum allowable benefit and other factors. Ultimately, the patient portion is not known until the insurance check has been received by your endodontist.
Please keep in mind that there are many insurance plans available and that your employer chooses your plan and your benefits. If you believe your benefits are inadequate, you may want to discuss the matter with your plan administrator and explore appropriate alternatives.
We are In-Network with the Following Insurances
Aetna PPO/PDN 1 & 2 Networks
Axis (My Ternian/Ace American Dental)
Beta Health Association
Covenant Services (formerly Simple)
Delta Dental/WDS Premier
Direct Dental Administrators, L.L.C.
Employee Painters Trust Health and Welfare
Key Benefit Administrator
Merchant Benefit Administrator
Mutual of Omaha
Momentum Insurance Plans
Nationwide Ins/Coordinated Benefit Plans
Nationwide Ins/Health Plan Services Inc.
Nippon Life Insurance Company of America
Sun Life Financial
Western Teamsters-North West Admin
Zelis (Formerly Stratose)