At Hackensack Dental we believe financial considerations should not be an obstacle to obtaining optimal dental care. We are always sensitive to the different needs of our patients. For your convience we offer the following payment options:
- Personal checks
- We work with most dental insurance plans Aetna, Delta Dental, Cigna, Metlife, United Concordia, Guardian, United Healthcare
And Many Others!
- Credit Cards
Welcome to our practice. In our continuing efforts to provide comprehensive dental care to you, our valued patients, we ask that you become acquainted with our office policies. If at any time you have any questions, please feel free to ask so that we may better serve you. All recommended treatments are in the best interest to our patients. We will not allow insurance companies to dictate treatment, and so we will inform you of the fees before we perform all procedures. We will assist you in your payment options to help you receive the treatment that is necessary for your needs. Please note that no two mouths are alike; therefore, we will customize treatment to suit your individual needs.
We accept assignment of estimated insurance benefits as a courtesy to our patients, provided that you submit a completed original insurance claim or card. Please note that your dental insurance is a contract between you and the insurance company, not between your dentist and the insurance company. Our usual and customary fees are a reflection of our commitment to excellence, which is modest with the geographical area. If for any reason your insurance company fails to pay for services rendered, you are responsible for all payments. All estimated co-payments and deductibles are due when service is rendered.
Prefered Method of Payment
For your convenience, we accept personal checks (with proper I.D.), cash, debits, and all major credit cards. As an added courtesy, we also offer a revolving line of credit through a third party, Care Credit (upon approval). This line of credit allows you to start treatment today and spread payments over a comfortable period of time. There will be a thirty-five dollar ($35.00) returned check fee applied to your account in the event that the bank denies your check.