The cost of in-office anesthesia is typically much lower than the costs for similar anesthesia care in the hospital or surgery center. Fees will vary depending on the duration of the dental treatment. Your dentist will provide you with a time estimate of the procedure.
Payment for the anesthesia services are due on the day of treatment. For your convenience, we accept Cash, Visa/MC, Discover, American Express, and Care Credit. Sorry, but we can no longer accept checks.
It is important that reimbursement for the anesthesia fee by dental or medical insurance programs NOT be assumed. Many policies do not pay for anesthesia services for dentistry. Please check with your insurance company representative as to the benefits included.
Dr Huynh always supplies the patient with a “superbill” following the appointment. This “superbill” or claim form, will have all the appropriate dental and medical insurance anesthesia codes and the doctor portion filled out, and can be sent directly to the insurance company to obtain maximum allowable reimbursement under your policy.