The invoices you receive from us are itemised, i.e. they list the various treatments that you have undergone during a treatment session. All these items are described by means of a code. Each of these codes is linked to a rate that has been set by the government.
About your invoice
We outsource our invoicing procedure to Anders, a firm that specialises in sending and collecting invoices for third parties. The practice of sending and collecting invoices for the benefit of a third party is called factoring. This means that you will not receive an invoice from the Landscheiding Dental Practice, but from Anders.
All invoices must be paid within thirty days. Your obligation to pay this invoice is no different than if you were to receive the invoice directly from us (your care provider). In some cases, an invoice is submitted to your health insurance company first. In this case, you will only receive an invoice for the costs that cannot be claimed directly from your health insurer. A growing number of people prefer to receive their invoices by email. Would you like to receive your invoice by email as well? If you do, please ensure that we have your current email address and that this is correct.
You can log in to the MijnAndersNota.nl website, where you can consult the status of your invoices. You will also find the applicable payment conditions and additional information here. If you have any additional questions or prefer to speak to one of the staff at Anders in person, you can call them on 085 - 760 62 62.
Change of address
Are you planning to move? We kindly request that you inform your care provider, health insurer and Anders of your change of address to prevent unnecessary interest and debt collection costs. In addition to your correct address, it is imperative that you provide your care provider the correct details with regard to your policy number and citizen service number (BSN).
Please do not hesitate to contact us if you have any questions about your invoice. We will also be happy to provide you with a copy of a particular invoice. Whether or not you should take out dental insurance and, if so, the best way to go about doing this is something we recommend discussing with your dentist. Don’t hesitate to ask us for advice.