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Dental treatment is an excellent investment in an individual’s medical and psychological well being. Financial considerations should not be an obstacle to obtaining this important health service. Being sensitive to the fact that people have different needs in fulfilling their financial obligations, we are providing the following payment options. If you have any questions or need further assistance with the information below, feel free to contact our financial administrators Traci for Dr. Glynn’s office at, [email protected] and Ashley for Dr. Spelman’s office at [email protected].

Cash, check, or credit cards are accepted at time of service. We also offer No Interest payment plans through CareCredit. Some treatments require several visits. With advanced arrangements, you may pay a portion of the total fee at each visit with payment-in-full on the last visit.

Dental Insurance Coverage

Dental insurance plans cover a portion of cost up to your annual maximum, depending on treatment and your individual plan in effect. As a courtesy we will file claims for you and only ask for your estimated co-payment. Please understand that this is only an estimate and is based on the information available to us.

Our office will accept assignment of benefits under the following conditions:

The following information MUST be provided at the first visit for verification of insurance benefits:

  • Subscriber birth date and social security number
  • Insurance carrier, billing address, phone number and group number

If this information is not available at the first visit the patient will be asked for payment in full for the day’s charges.

After verification of insurance benefits, we will accept assignment of benefits as a partial payment of the total charge. You will be expected to pay your deductible, if applicable, and any estimated patient co-payment. If, after 90 days, your insurance company has not paid their portion, the patient will be responsible for paying the balance in full, and any balance remaining on your account at that time.