Insurance & Billing Information
We are committed to provide excellent care and ensure that you receive the treatment and services that best meet your needs. We will file most insurance plans, and we are in-network providers for Arkansas Blue Cross/Blue Shield, Delta Dental Premier and Metlife insurance.
Please call our office to check on your insurance availability. We do not participate in Health Management Organizations (HMOs) or Medicare/Medicaid programs.
During your visit, we sit down with you to discuss dental concerns, treatment recommendations and payment options. Our dedicated financial coordinator will file your insurance paperwork and help you find the payment method that’s right for you.
For our patients with dental insurance, we will estimate the your portion as best we can with what little information is given to us by your insurance company. You are responsible for all expenses not covered by your insurance, and those payments are due at the time of service. Payment arrangements must be made with our financial coordinator before treatment begins.
Please contact us for further details. We are always happy to answer your questions, address any concerns and help you find solutions.
Payment Policy & Financing Options
Payment concerns should never be an obstacle to receiving excellent dental care. We accept cash, personal check and major credit card for payment in our office as well as CareCredit, a financing program that allow you to pay your balance over time in increments that fit your budget. And remember – our staff is available for all of your financing questions, so please don’t hesitate to call.
For many patients, CareCredit is an easy way to arrange long-term payment options with a great interest rate. You can even visit their website to be pre-approved for any level of dental or medical care. Call our office for details or stop by for an informative brochure.
Our staff is available to answer all of your financing questions, so please don’t hesitate to call. We can help you identify which payment option is right for you.