Payment and Insurance Information

At our office, we’re committed to providing top-notch care and ensuring our patients have convenient payment options. Below is a list of the payments and insurance plans we gladly accept. We’ve also addressed common insurance queries in our frequently asked questions section. If your preferred payment method isn’t listed or if you have any more questions, feel free to give us a call at Mark J. Gordon, DDS Office Phone Number (913) 649-4042.

Payment Options

We accept the following forms of payment:

  • We accept cash, checks, Visa, Master Card, American Express, Discover and debit cards
  • A 5% courtesy adjustment is given when treatment is completed that day and paid by cash or check
  • We offer a 0% interest-free payment plan through Care Credit upon approval. You may contact them for additional information at Care Credit.

We deliver the finest care at the most reasonable costs to our patients, therefore payment is due at the time of service unless other arrangements have been made in advance.


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Dental Insurance in Prairie Village, Overland Park, & Leawood

Our office is here to help you understand the language regarding your dental insurance benefits. We understand insurance plans vary in coverage for services provided. As an added benefit, our office will file the claims for you to your insurance carrier. If you have any questions please feel free to contact us: Mark J. Gordon, DDS Office Phone Number (913) 649-4042.

Accepted Dental Insurance Plans:

Dental Insurance FAQS | Frequently Asked Questions about Dental Insurance

Will My Dental Insurance Cover My Dental Treatment?

Your insurance is a contract between the employer and the insurance company. Your employer purchases a plan from the insurance company and chooses benefits based on the cost of the premium. The majority of these plans only cover a portion of the fees for your dental care. To know the actual cost your plan will cover, we recommend a predetermination be sent to the insurance carrier before treatment.

My plan states coverage 100% for preventive care, but that does not always hold. Why is that?

The 100% stated in your policy is based on the negotiated fees between the employer and the insurance company. This may or may not be the same fee Dr. Gordon charges. For example, our office may charge $100 for teeth cleaning and the guidelines set forth by your insurance company may allow $80 for the cleaning. This leaves a balance of $20 which is the patient’s responsibility.


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Is it worth having dental insurance if I always have a balance due?

This is an individual decision. Your insurance company is providing a benefit towards the covered procedures thus reducing the amount you will have to pay.

Why did the insurance company change the treatment to an “alternative benefit” which was less costly?

It is the insurance company’s responsibility to control costs associated with benefits coverage. These benefits are negotiated with the employer and often will be provided only for a less costly procedure. Dr. Gordon has your best interest at heart and a responsibility to do the procedure he feels most appropriate to restore your tooth. It is the responsibility of the dentist to provide the best treatment. It is the responsibility of the insurance company to control costs associated with dental coverage.

Why isn’t my dentist in my network?

Dr. Gordon may not feel the treatment restrictions placed on them by “network” plans are in the best interest of his patients. He wants to be the one making decisions for his patient’s dental health.

What options do I have if my insurance does not cover my needed treatment?

The dental benefits for a patient have been negotiated between your employer and the insurance company. There can be some intervention on the part of the dentist but is limited. Dr. Gordon can not make the carrier pay for treatment. He can provide information to the insurance company stating the need for treatment but the final decision is up to the insurance company. If there is a legitimate reason for the treatment, the patient can file a complaint with the state insurance board/commission.

Our fees are determined upon knowledge, expertise, and the delivery of quality uncompromised dental care.

As a convenience to you, we process all dental insurance claims for you to receive the maximum benefit. If you assign payment to our office, we request that you remit your estimated portion at the time of service. Please remember you are fully responsible for all fees charged by our office regardless of your insurance coverage.

If you have any questions, please ask our office, as our staff is well-informed and up-to-date regarding these matters. We can be reached at Mark J. Gordon, DDS Office Phone Number (913) 649-4042 or email.