Thank you for selecting our office for your dental care. To ensure that we properly diagnose your dental needs, your first visit with us will include a comprehensive exam and all necessary x-rays. Our clinical team will review the results of your exam and x-rays and discuss any necessary future treatment you may need. We understand that every patient is different, and we treat each patient as an individual with unique dental needs and conditions. We always take time to thoroughly explain dental health issues and treatment options before treatment begins. Our goal is to provide you with the comprehensive dental care so that you can have the healthy radiant smile that you deserve.
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We are committed to providing you with the highest quality dental care using the best material and technology available. We are also committed to providing you with up-to-date information and educational tools so that you may fully participate in maintaining optimum oral health. We strive to maintain office practices that facilitate excellent service to you while minimizing our administrative costs.
As your dental care provider, our relationship is with you, our patient. We will always strive to ensure that you have the information you need to make decisions about your dental care.
If you would like to review our financial arrangement options in advance of treatment,
please call (205)655-5105.
We accept cash, checks, Care Credit, and most major credit cards and insurance.
Dealing with insurance companies can be confusing, time consuming and frustrating. We make every effort to assist you in working with your dental insurance provider.
As a courtesy to you, we will help you process all of your insurance claims. Our office will submit claims on your behalf and use the information provided by your insurance carrier to help estimate dental benefits.
We accept out-of-network benefits for most insurance carriers.
The best way for you to find out about your plan’s out-of-network benefits is to refer to your statement of benefits or contact your insurance company directly. It’s definitely worth a call or a visit to their website. Usually the most common procedures like exams, radiographs, and cleanings are still covered at 100%.