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Unless other arrangements are made in advance, payment is due at the time of service. For your convenience, we offer other payment options, which are outlined below.  Prior to commencement of treatment, we will discuss fees and establish financial arrangements. These arrangements can be coordinated with your insurance benefits.



  • Cash & Checks.  We offer a 5% discount for existing patients with established payment history, who do not have insurance benefits and pay in full at the time of services. If your check is returned due to insufficient funds, we will assess you a $25 Bank Service Fee. Your account must be paid in full before scheduling your next visit unless prior arrangements have been made.


  • MasterCard or Visa.   


  • Two-Payment option for Crown, Bridge, and Denture treatments.  We ask that you pay one-half of your co-pay at the first appointment and the second-half at the seat date appointment.


  • If you are in need of an extended finance option, we also work with CareCredit, who offers 3, 6, or 12 months “same as cash” or longer terms with an interest bearing revolving charge designed to meet your treatment plan needs on approved credit.


  • We allow (with a signed agreement form and established payment history in our office) a Credit Card In-House Payment Plan, which allows you to pay one-half of your total treatment cost at the time of service, and then make six equal monthly installments for the remaining half by credit card. Our office will charge these payments to your credit card on the monthly due dates.


Our practice will be happy to assist you in determining whether your insurance company will cover your dentistry. If your company does provide a benefit, our team will be happy to assist in filing your claim. If you provide us with the information we need, we will estimate your insurance benefits and submit your primary insurance for you. At the time of service, you will be responsible only for payment of your estimated co-payment.  If for any reason the estimated amount is not paid by your insurance company, it becomes your obligation.  Click here to read more Regarding Your Dental Insurance.

Please feel free to contact our office at (253) 475-7125, and ask for Sharon to discuss any of the options listed above.

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