Minneapolis, MN Periodontics - Metropolitan Periodontists, P.A.
At Metropolitan Periodontists P. A., we provide you with a variety of financial options. Because we want our patient's experience to be as stress free as possible, we do our best to provide convenient payment methods. Here on this page, we have included information that will help you decide which method best fits with your individual needs.
Available Payment Options
The office accepts the following forms of payment Cash Personal checks Major credit cards
Further details about these payment options are as follows:
- A 5% courtesy on statements of $500 or more that are paid in full by cash or check prior to the first appointment.
- A 2% courtesy on statements of $500 or more that are paid in full by credit card prior to the first appointment.
- Insurance payments are accepted and we will do everything possible to help you maximize your benefits. The Business Manager will estimate the benefits available to you for the services rendered. This estimate will take into consideration any deductibles or co-payments that may apply. Please keep in mind that these are estimates only. Patients will be responsible for the difference between the actual insurance payment and the fee.
- In some cases, it may be possible to pay for surgical treatment with 50% due on the day of surgery and the balance paid in one or two subsequent payments. The Business Manager will discuss these payment options with you.
- For patients who wish to pay for treatment over an extended period of time, we offer a payment plan that is administered by an independent company, Care Credit. For more information, use this link: https://www.carecredit.com. Our Business Manager, can also provide you with further details.
- Payment in full is due at the time of service unless other arrangements have been made in advance.
Metropolitan Periodontists, P.A. does accept insurance payments and we will do everything possible to help you maximize your benefits. We will estimate the benefits available for services rendered or planned, including deductibles or co-payments. Patients will be responsible for the difference between the actual (not estimated) insurance payment and the fee.
Dental benefits are usually somewhat limited. Many policies specifically exclude some treatments (such as implants) even though the benefits of such procedures include enhanced health and improved quality of life. Almost all policies have yearly maximums that were established decades ago and they do not reflect the fees for quality dental care today.
Your health is your greatest asset and we encourage you not to let the profit motive of a large corporation be the determining factor in your health care decisions. We encourage you to check with us to see what can be done and how we can help you make it possible.