605 338 9242
 
2001 West 45th Street, Sioux Falls, SD 57105
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FAQs

Patients just like you have asked us questions and our team of doctors have responded. Check out our FAQs below. If you have a question for one of our doctors that has not been included in this list, please contact us.


Q: What do you charge for treatment and cleanings?
A: It is difficult to quote fees without knowing exactly what is needed.  For example:
  • There are different levels of cleanings which can’t be determined until an exam is performed.
  • There are many surfaces of the tooth where decay can develop.  Therefore, it is difficult to quote a fee without knowing the size of the filling and how many surfaces are involved.
Therefore, without x-rays and/or examining the patient, it is difficult to quote fees over the phone.
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Q: Do you take my insurance?
A: We accept all insurance plans and are happy to assist you by filing your claims to your insurance company. We are a premier provider with Delta Dental.
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Q: What are flex dollars and how can they be used?
A: Many employers offer Flexible Spending Accounts to their employees as part of their benefit package. Flexible spending accounts allow employees to use pre-tax dollars to pay for certain healthcare expenses not reimbursed through other means. Some of the reimbursable expenses include dental services. Please contact your Administrator or IRS for more detailed information on your flex dollars. We will gladly accept most flexible spending cards as payment. However, some flexible spending cards require a PIN number, which we are not able to process. In these situations, we will ask for another form of payment and provide you with a receipt. You can then submit the receipt to your Flexible Spending Administrator for reimbursement.
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Q: What forms of payment are accepted?
A: We accept cash, check, Visa, MasterCard, and Discover. We also accept most Flexible Spending Cards.
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Q: Is tooth whitening covered by insurance?
A: Tooth whitening is usually not covered by insurance, but it is always recommended patients ask our business assistants to further look in to their specific coverage.
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