Patient Resources at Garden Oaks Dentistry
Wisdom Teeth Extractions
Dr. Bryan T. Moore, DDS takes care of the wisdom teeth extractions with sedation for our patients right here in our office. We are able to file to both dental and medical insurance for these procedures. For more information please visit http://www.
Online Payments & Account Management
You now have the ability to manage your account online. You can easily view your account status and make payments through our credit card processors encrypted secure site. No more looking for that checkbook - where did it go?
You may click here to make a payment on your account securely.
Our office tries to accommodate all patients with or without dental insurance. Only about 60% of our patients have dental insurance so keeping our fees as low as possible is important to us. Cash, Check, Visa, Master card, Discover, American Express and Care Credit are all gladly accepted.
Our office offers a 10% senior citizen discount for all patients 65 and over as well an active military, police and firemen. We offer several flexible plans through Care Credit including a 6 Month ZERO Interest option and several options of 12-48 months with caring interest rates.
Our office accepts and will file insurance for all qualified PPO plans. We will be happy to take assignment o PPO plans as long as the insurance provider will make payment to the provider. (Several Deltal Dental plans will only pay the patient or insured.) If you have any questions, please call us and we will contact your insurance carrier to see what coverage you have. Our office does not participate in any PPO plans, we will file your claim for you, and accept assignment (except as noted above), however the balance the insurance does not pay will be the responsibility of the patient or guarantor. Dental insurance is unlike medical in that there is usually very little if any difference between in and out of network benefits. A Patient with a PPO plan will usually have a difference on a cleaning of $0.00 to $10.00. The other difference is if your company offers a High and a Low Plan, and you choose the low plan, you will see much larger differences. I understand your premium is much lower and if you usually do not have any dental problems, and are not accident prone, you may come out better off financially. If you have multiple crowns and fillings, or have diabetes, or had chemo or radiation, you would probably be better off with the "High" plans.