At times, dental treatment itself can seem overwhelming, let alone the costs that go with said treatment. Our team is here to help you understand everything involved with recommended treatment at All Kids Dental Pediatrics & Orthodontics. Our friendly, capable team in Glenwood Springs, Rifle, and Eagle, Colorado, will help you maximize your insurance benefits. We will give you your coverage estimates as soon as possible ahead of your scheduled appointment so that you are prepared for any copay or out-of-pocket expense.
Payment is due at the time of service unless pre-authorization indicates a specific amount. Dr. Paul Allen, Dr. Megan Rohman, and Dr. Hannah Frebel will make every effort to provide a treatment plan that fits your budget and timetable and will provide your child with the best possible care. Our payment options include:
• Personal checks
• Visa, MasterCard, Discover, and American Express
• CareCredit & Citi Health Card
• Dental Insurance
CareCredit and Citi Health Card are both third-party financing companies. They provide low- and no-interest payment plans to make paying for your children’s dental care more convenient. Feel free to visit their websites to learn more and to apply, or you can apply in our office. To learn more about our financial options and to schedule an appointment with our dentsits, we encourage you to contact our dental offices in Eagle, Glenwood Springs, and Rifle, Colorado.
Our team will happily file your claim for you. Be familiar with your insurance benefits, as we will collect the estimated amount insurance is not expected to pay. Please understand that we file dental insurance claims as a courtesy. Only you have a contract with your insurance company – we do not. We are not in any way responsible for how your insurance company handles claims or what items insurance companies will pay. We can help you in estimating your portion of the cost of treatment. However, we cannot guarantee how insurance companies will handle specific claims. We are not responsible for any errors in filing insurance claims because we file claims as a courtesy, not an obligation.