Financing, Insurance, and Payment Options
The Good Faith Dentistry Team is committed to building a foundation of trust with our patients and their families. We accomplish this by empowering our patients to make the decisions that are best for them.
This is why we offer several financial options at our Burleson dental practice in order to accommodate your own budget and needs! One of our more popular options is our Good Faith Dentistry Smile Protection Plan which is our in-house savings plan!
Please take a moment to review your options. If you have any questions, please contact our team today!
If you have dental insurance, we want to help you maximize your benefits. After all, you work hard for your earnings and deserve to receive the most for your efforts. Please bring your current insurance card and valid identification to your dental visit in our Burleson, TX office.
We are in network with many insurance companies which means that we will file directly with them by submitting your billing and records. We’ll estimate the portion they will pay us on your behalf, and you’ll be responsible for the balance. Our estimates are usually accurate, because they are based on information the insurance companies provide. Your portion of the bill, the balance, will be due at your appointment, before you leave the office.
If your insurance provider is not on our list, please let us know! We will be happy to bill your provider on your behalf, or help you submit the billing and records, so that you can receive direct reimbursement
At Good Faith Dental, we accept most PPO plans. Feel free to call our office if you have any questions!
Please be aware how your insurance policy works. It is a contract between you and your insurance provider and, if it is through an employer, then the contract is also with your employer. We are an outside party, not part of your contract. We will do all we can to support that the insurance company pays what the agreed upon amount of your dental bills. However, all we can do is submit and resubmit our billing and your dental records, along with dentist notes. If the insurance company refuses all or part of payment, the balance due falls back to you, because you are our patient. Again, we will work with you diligently to maximize your benefits.
UCR fees (or “Usual, Customary, and Reasonable Fees”) are set by insurance companies. As a result, these may come into effect with your plan. We will do all that we can to help our patients get the treatments that they need while maintaining our high standards of care.
For patients who have little or no dental insurance coverage, flexible payment programs can be arranged . One of these flexible payment programs is CareCredit, which allows for patients to finance for dental care.
For more information on what CareCredit offers please visit their official website for more details.