Our office is contracted with most PPO insurance plans. Because we know most people do not like to be forced by insurance companies to choose from a list of healthcare providers, our office has chosen to become an “unrestricted provider” of dental services. What this means is that even if we may not be on your list we can still see you as a patient and provide the best quality dentistry possible. We will always estimate for you your co-pay, if any, and help estimate how much your insurance may cover or reimburse back to you. We also offer a choice of several payment options. In essence, you pay our fee for services(we always give you an estimate up front) and we will ask for that payment and then work with you to help get your insurance company to send their contracted fees back to you. If you would like, our Insurance/Financial Coordinator would be happy to review your dental plan with you. Give us a call today! 727-548-7100
-Cash, check, and most major credit cards are always accepted to cover your co pay.
-Interest free payments are another option. Our office has a long standing relationship with Care Credit, a company that offers monthly payments.
-For those without traditional dental benefits such as insurance, we offer an annual membership in the Piper Family Dentistry Wellness Plan. Benefits include reduced fees on most services including cleanings, exams, x-rays, and dental treatment. Unlike dental insurance, our Wellness Plan has no required deductibles, no calendar year maximum limitations, no qualifications or pre-existing condition exclusions, no need for pre-determinations, no restrictions on cosmetic services, or any other red tape that can sometimes make dental insurance reimbursement confusing and annoying. That’s because our Wellness Plan is not dental insurance – it is a membership plan that we are bringing right to you without any third-party interference or limitations! Call today to learn more! 727-548-7100
One key component of maintaining good dental health is to discover if something is wrong early. By waiting until something breaks or is painful can make recovery much harder and cost more money. Prevention and early detection are why we recommend visiting the dentist regularly. During your examination, Dr. Piper and his team help you understand your oral condition and make recommendations on how you can prevent painful and costly treatment. Routine dental care is important many for reasons such as helping to prevent tooth decay and bad breath, periodontal (gum) disease, which can lead to tooth and bone loss and screen for oral cancer. Call us today for your wellness visit. 727-548-7100