We know that your periodontal treatment is an investment in your oral and overall health and wellbeing. We take pride in providing the best and most comprehensive services to our patients. To assist you with your periodontal investment, we’ve outlined our financial policy. If you have any concerns or questions, please do not hesitate to call us at (407) 647-2295.
We accept the following payment methods:
- Personal checks
- Money orders or bank drafts
- Credit cards: American Express, Visa, MasterCard, Discover
In cases where your treatment will be complete within a single visit, we require that the balance is fully paid at the time of service. For those who need multiple visits, we offer two payment options. The first option is full payment at the time of service. The second option is an extended payment plan that involves outside financing through Care Credit.
Please note that we accept most PPO insurance. However, we do not accept DMO or HMO insurance. Our insurance coordinators work with a number of insurance companies. In many cases, insurance carrier dental plans may change several times a year in regards to co-pays, benefits, and deductibles. We will try our best to ensure that we’re providing you with accurate estimates that are based on the information that is currently available.
In some cases, it may be impossible to give an accurate insurance co-payment estimate. This is because a number of insurance companies refuse to provide fees until the treatment has already been completed. For this reason, handling payments through these companies may prove time-consuming and complex. We ask that you please inform us of any changes to your insurance so that we can handle this process as quickly and seamlessly as possible.
If you like, we can gladly file an insurance claim on your behalf. However, we’d like to note that insurers will generally process patient-filed claims faster than they will process claims filed by service providers such as Central Florida Periodontics & Implantology. Additionally, many dental insurance companies offer limited coverage, and may only pay a portion of the payment needed for procedures.