We accept all eligible insurance
plans. If you would like additional information about your insurance
plan, please call our office and our knowledgeable benefit coordinators will be
happy to help you. 609-953-7400.
What is the difference between
PPO and HMO Insurance?
Organization) is the most common insurance. This insurance provide members with
a list of participating dentists to choose from. PPO dental plans help keep
costs down: network dentists have agreed charge lower rates. Those who have
used up their annual maximum can still get work at the plan’s low rates and you
will know in advance the cost of services.
Also known as prepaid insurance, is designed to provide
members with basic care at the lowest rate. Participating providers receive a
monthly roster of patients assigned to our office. HMOs generally pay for
services rendered at a reduced cost, but the patient is solely responsible for
paying for services rendered.
We strive to
give every patient a treatment plan with the fees listed through your
insurance. If you have insurance we will file your claim directly, you will be
responsible to pay your estimated co-payment/deductible at the time services
are rendered. Your insurance company makes the final decision on services. Once
your insurance processes their claim any additional fees owed is your
responsibility and you will be billed for any remaining balance. If you do not
have insurance, full payment is due at the treatment appointment.