Many of our patients do not have dental insurance.
Unless provided by your employer, dental insurance can be costly and might not cover as much as you think. Unlike medical insurance, dental insurance is not designed to be a catch-all for the cost of your treatment. Dental insurance often covers only a percentage of your treatment – perhaps 50-80 percent. Many dental insurance companies make it difficult to collect on even that amount by requiring waiting periods and extensive documentation to justify your treatment.
We work with insurance companies for the convenience of our patients, but we also cater to those patients who do not have dental coverage.
We offer easy payment options including:
- Credit cards
- Debit cards
We also offer patient financing options through CareCredit. CareCredit offers both interest-free and long-term financing. You can apply easily online in just minutes to get pre-approved. We can help you apply in the office if you have any questions.
Putting off dental work is more costly in the long run because it could lead to more expensive dental work in the future or even tooth loss. Replacing a tooth is usually more expensive than saving one and always more expensive than preventive care.
Do you have questions about the cost of your treatment? Give us a call!