Patient Resources

Patient Resources

Thank you for choosing Drs. O’Rourke and Wonderly for your dental needs.

We strive to provide a comfortable environment where you'll feel confident in the level of dental care you receive.

When you arrive for your first visit, please be prepared to complete all insurance and health information forms that will allow us to begin your dental treatment. We will ask you to fill out several forms that will get you acquainted with our office.

Payment Options

We are committed to providing dental care that is both high quality and affordable.

Payment options include cash, checks, Visa, MasterCard, Discover, American Express, CareCredit, Lending Club and any major insurances.

If you would like to extend payments over a longer period of time, please call the office to discuss options

American Express
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Insurance Options

Patient Resources Patients with Insurance Coverage

Dental insurance pays only a portion of the total treatment charge. The portion that the patient pays (Deductible and Co-Payment) can be handled according to the Payment Options outlined above. The portion that the insurance company pays can be assigned to our office, providing the insurance company will send benefits to us. Certain insurance companies will not send payments to us, but will send them to patients. In those situations, patients will pay for their services according to the options above, and will be reimbursed directly by their carriers, to the extent they allow.

Assignment of Benefits: Our office will accept assignment of benefits under the following conditions:

• All current pertinent personal and insurance information is provided at the first visit.

• The patient understands and signs the financial policy form.

If this information is not available at the first visit, the patient will be asked for payment in full for the day's charges.

After verification of insurance benefits, we will accept assignment of benefits as a partial payment of the total charge. You will be expected to pay your deductible, if applicable, and any estimated patient co-payment. If after 60 days, your insurance company has not paid their portion, the patient will be responsible for paying the balance in full.