Payment Options

 

1. We accept most major
credit cards.

 

2. We accept Care Credit

 

3. We are in-network for most insurance companies.

 

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Insurance Accepted

We are an in-network provider. We will assist you in filing your claim forms and accept assignment of your insurance benefits. When calling to make your appointment please provide the staff with your correct insurance information. It is the patients responsibility to inform the staff when there has been a change in insurance information.

Please remember that your insurance policy is a contract between yourself and your insurance company. We are not a part of that contract. What that means is that we work for you and we expect payment from you. You are ultimately responsible for all fees due.

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Insurance Co-Payments

The patient is responsible to pay the patient’s portion and any deductibles on the date that the services are rendered. We will make every effort to collect payment from your insurance company. However, the patient will become responsible for any denied or unpaid balances. Regardless of the outcome of your insurance company’s determination, all fees must be paid. Our practice does not write off these fees.

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Unpaid Balances

The patient needs to satisfy their account balances within 30 days of the billing date. After 30 days, we will begin to charge a monthly interest rate to the unpaid balance. If you still have a balance after 90 days, we will turn it over to collections. This could cause your balance to go up due to the fees charged by the collection agency. Once your account goes to collections, we are unable to accept payment directly or reverse the standings of your account.

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