Dental Financing San Francisco
We want you to feel completely satisfied with your experience at our office, including the financial arrangements. In Dr. Ali’s clinic, we believe that the best financial arrangements are clear and transparent. When it comes to financials, we want you to feel comfortable, pressure free and happy with your dental investment. Please never hesitate to ask questions about paying for your dental care, because we offer many flexible payment options.
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You have multiple options for payments available. For your convenience, we accept cash, checks, Visa, MasterCard, Discover, American Express and CareCredit.
Our office partnered with CareCredit , a trusted name in patient financing, to bring you dentistry that fits your budget. Qualified applicants will enjoy:
- NO down payment
- NO interest for up to 18 months for qualified applicants
- NO prepayment penalties
- Low interest loans
- Long-term loans
- Revolving credit for other medical, dental, vision procedures
- Easy online payment option
- Easy online application process
CareCredit has established stellar reputations. Visit them online to calculate your monthly payment and apply for financing that will improve your health, your smile, your life!
Our practice accepts most dental insurance programs used by major employers in our area. Our staff has extensive experience dealing with insurance companies. We will help you better understand the complexities of dental insurance; we realize how confusing it can be. Most contracts have limitations, waiting periods and/or various degrees of co-payments. We will be more than happy to submit all insurance forms for you and help you recover the most from your benefits. We will do everything we can to help you afford the treatment you need and want.
We are preferred provder with:
We are pleased to be a preferred provider for the following insurance companies. You are always free to select any dentist you want, and by selecting a dentist who is a preferred provider you minimize your out-of-pocket expenses. As a preferred provider, we have negotiated reduced rates with these companies for many of our services. This means that instead of being responsible for our normal fees, you are only responsible for the negotiated fees. Ask your insurance company for specific information regarding your plan.
Your company may offer a medical spending account, which allows you to set aside pre-tax dollars to pay for your medical expenses. Please contact your employer for more details.
If you have any questions regarding your insurance benefits, please don’t hesitate to call our office at (415) 391-7751 to review your concerns. Our staff is always available to help you with your dental plan and can assist you as you decide on your best financing options
Payment for Services
Estimate of Treatment. Before any dental care is provided, you will receive a detailed estimate of treatment to be performed.
1.) Payment in full: Payment for dental services will be collected in full when you arrive for your appointment. It is your responsibility to inquire regarding your approximate payment for your appointment, so you can arrive prepared to pay in full.
2.) Installment payment:
Accepted methods of payment are cash, checks, most ATM cards, Visa, MasterCard, Discover, and American Express.
Patients with insurance
Please understand that the entire bill is ultimate your responsibility. As a courtesy, we will be happy to bill your insurance company for your care and give you credit for the estimated insurance payment amount. Just be aware that the actual insurance payment may vary greatly from estimated amount.
Estimated co-payment and deductible will be collected at EACH appointment.We can not bill you for the co-payment or deductible.
Treatment estimates are not a guarantee of payment. We base this “educated guess” on the information you have supplied to our office. It is your responsibility to make sure your eligibility continues throughout your treatment and to familiarize yourself with your insurance benefits, such as your effective date, deductible, and co-payments.
Account reconciliation and final bill. Please understand paying your estimated co-payment does not mean that your account is paid off. If your insurance company fails to make payment within a reasonable 60 day period of time, you will be responsible for the full amount owed. It is therefore advised that you contact your insurance carrier to follow up on the payment. Upon receipt of the insurance payment, we will reconcile the account and a final bill will be rendered. Final payment is expected within 14 days. Should there be an overpayment upon reconciliation; a refund of any difference will be sent to you. Occasionally, an insurance company will send a payment to a patient. If this occurs, you agree to bring us the check with the attached stub. Information on the stub is very important!