“Amazing dentists and hygienists at Benchmark Dental. All the newest technology and training, plus the place is spotless. The place was pristine prior to COVID-19 being a thing, now they’ve upped their sanitation game to a new level! Give them a shot for all your dental needs . . . you won’t be disappointed.”
At Benchmark Dental, we want your first visit — and every one to follow — to be as relaxing and seamless as possible.
What to Expect During Your First Visit:
During your first visit, our team will:
- Review your dental and medical history forms
- Fully examine your teeth and gums
- Take x-rays of your mouth
- Check for cavities or early signs of tooth decay
- Clean and polish your teeth
- Create a customized treatment plan and answer your questions
Payment is due at the time service is provided. We accept cash, personal checks, cashier’s checks, money orders, Visa, MasterCard, Discover, American Express, Care Credit, and Lending Club. And, to help you make the most informed decisions, we’ll discuss the cost of treatment before you begin.
Patients who carry dental insurance understand that all dental services furnished are charged directly to the patient and that he or she is personally responsible for payment of all dental services, regardless of dental insurance. As a courtesy to you, we will help you process all your insurance claims. We ask that you pay the deductible and co-payments, which is the estimated amount not covered by your insurance company at the time we provide services to you. We must emphasize that this in only an estimate and all charges you incur are your responsibility regardless of your insurance coverage. Insurance companies have a wide variety of rules, plan limitations and exclusion that our office may not be aware of. Dental insurance is a benefit for the patient provided by their employer or individually purchased by yourself and the contract lies between the patient, employer and the insurance company. Our office is not a party to that contract. We will cooperate fully with the regulations and requests of your insurance company that may assist in the claim being paid. Once insurance has paid their share, a statement will be sent to you for any remaining balances and will be due upon receipt. If your insurance company has not made payment within 60 days, the unpaid balance becomes your responsibility and is subject to finance charges and the collections process.
At Benchmark Dental, we’ll find the most affordable options for the care you deserve.
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