Billing Info

Your smile is yours forever, and we want to make it as easy as possible for you to receive the best dental care when you need it.

When you visit Children & Teen Dental Group, you don’t have to deal with the hassle of submitting insurance claims. We will submit all claims directly to your insurance company and work with the insurance provider to make sure your coverage meets your needs and budget. We will provide the cost of your dental treatment and discuss available payment options with you before you begin, so you can make the best choice for you.

To enable us to have up-to-date and accurate billing information in our system, we kindly request that all patients bring the following to every visit:

  • Current insurance card(s)
  • Photo ID

We are committed to bringing you the highest quality care regardless of your ability to pay. Realizing how important children are and that how their oral hygiene needs to be addressed expeditiously, if you are uninsured or have difficulty paying, please call our office at 770-744-4581 and we will work out a plan suited to your individual needs.

$ Payment for Services

All payments are expected at the date of service. We are often able to work out special payment plans for patients with extenuating circumstances. For further assistance regarding insurance or billing please contact our office at 770-744-4581.

Pay Bill Online

In an effort to make paying your child’s dental bills as simple and secure as possible, we offer online bill pay for current patients. Pay your bill today!

Check Policy

All checks must be made out to Children & Teen Dental Group. A service charge of $30.00 will be assessed for each returned check.

Copayments & Deductibles

Copayments are due the day of your visit. Your insurance company will determine benefit reimbursement, and any remaining balance is your responsibility.

Dental Insurance & Claims Submission

As a service to our patients, we will provide an estimate of costs prior to services rendered. All copayments or other out-of-pocket expenses will be due at time of service. Children & Teen Dental Group will submit all claims directly to the patient’s insurance company. The insurance company will determine the benefit reimbursement. Any remaining balance is the patient’s responsibility.

Patients receiving treatment under our pediatric dental group, Children & Teen Dental is “in-network” and accepts all major insurance providers, including Medicaid.

Proof of Insurance

Please present your valid insurance card at each visit. If your claim is rejected due to incorrect or coverage not in effect, then you are responsible for the charges. If we are unable to verify your insurance at time of visit, you are considered a “Self-Pay,” and you are responsible for payment at time of the visit.

Coverage Changes

If your insurance changes, please notify us before your next visit so we can update your insurance information in our system. Providing us with this information prior to your visit will reduce your wait time. We will also do our best to verify your insurance coverage prior to your visit to minimize surprises at the time of visit.


Our practice is committed to providing the best possible treatment for our patients at a fair and reasonable cost. Payment is expected at the time of service unless prior arrangements have been made with our business office. If your account is more than 90 days past due, your account may be turned over to an outside collection agency. These agencies charge fees. You agree to be liable for all such collection expenses, legal fees, and court costs. If you are dismissed from the practice as a result of non-payment, you will be notified by certified mail that you have 30 days to find alternative medical care. During that 30-day period, our providers will only be able to treat you for emergency care.

Schedule an Appointment for Your Child

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