We accept All PPO insurance policies. Continue reading below for information and questions about insurance. Our staff is happy to help prepare all the necessary forms you need to get the most from your insurance. However, keep in mind that your policy agreement is between you and your insurance company. It is not an agreement between your insurance company and our office. This means that we cannot guarantee coverage from your insurance provider. If you happen to receive less coverage than you were planning, you are still responsible for taking care of your end.

Some insurance companies we accept are:

  • Aetna
  • Anthem BlueCross
  • Cigna
  • Delta Dental
  • Guardian
  • Metlife
  • Premier Access
  • Principal
  • United Healthcare
  • United Concordia
  • UFCW

0% Interest payment plan:
We also offer CARE CREDIT, which is a health care financing program. It can help you pay for any dental procedures and treatments that you may need.

Insurance Questions:

Should I make dental treatment decisions based on what my insurance will pay?

No, you should not, although many people do, unfortunately. Our dentist goes over a treatment’s advantages and disadvantages regardless of what insurance may cover.

How much does my insurance cover?
Every plan is different, and no insurance plan will cover all of your costs. Some pay a percentage of your bill, and others only pay a fixed amount. We can help you find out what exactly your insurance does cover.

Are most routine dental services covered by insurance?
A lot of routine dental procedures are covered by insurance companies. Make sure to ask what specific benefits you will receive with your insurance company and your employer.

Who is ultimately responsible for paying my dentist?
When you decide to be treated by our dentist, you are fully responsible for payment. We are more than happy to help you with filing your insurance forms, but that does not guarantee any predicted coverage.

What does it mean when my insurance company states my dentist’s fees “exceed usual, customary and reasonable (UCR)”?
This typically means that your insurance benefits are too low. If your policy is more expensive, the insurance company will usually pay more. You really only get out of your insurance company what you and your employer pay for.