Lake Michigan Dental wants your overall experience with us to be positive. Our caring staff understands that dealing with dental insurance can often be confusing, frustrating and unpleasant.
Our Grand Rapids dental practice will help you to eliminate any uncertainty and answer any questions you may have regarding your options for payment for your dental services.
For your convenience, we accept Cash, Check, Visa, Mastercard, American Express and Discover. We also offer Care Credit as an option for long-term payment plans, although this must be arranged prior to any services being performed.
All copays are due at the time of service.
Lake Michigan Dental accepts payment from Delta Dental and most forms of dental insurance. To learn more about dental insurance, to find out if we accept your particular plan or for more information about your payment options, please contact our Grand Rapids dental office today or call us at (616) 453-8211 during normal business hours
Lake Michigan Dental’s primary insurance provider is Delta Dental, but we currently accept payment from most dental and health insurance providers.
As a courtesy, we will bill your dental insurance provider directly. Please keep in mind, however, that your insurance policy is a contract between you and your insurance company. Since we are not an involved party with this contract, you are responsible for any non-payment on our account. We also require that all co-pays and deductibles be paid at the time of service.
All Blue Cross / Blue Shield payments go directly to patients and not to our office, so payment in full is requested at the time of service.
Please take the time to read through your benefit information so that you are familiar with all of your policy’s benefits and limitations. We also encourage you to contact your insurance company if you have questions about whether a service is a covered benefit, keeping in mind that they will never guarantee payment.
We normally wait 45 days for your insurance company to provide payment for services. If after the 45-day period there is still non-payment, the balance on the account will be billed to you.
Please remember to let us know at the beginning of each visit if there are any updates or changes to your insurance policy and or your employment status so that we can assist you in maximizing your benefits.