• Early dental care is very important to your health, appearance, self-confidence and saving you both time and money. It should not be delayed.
• Our financial options are designed to help you get the care you want and need now while the cost is less and before more problems arise.
• The cost of treatment will vary depending on your individual needs and treatment plan.
• We will discuss your treatment options and the cost of these options before you begin treatment.
• We will also provide you with the available payment options before you begin so you can make the best choices for you, your smile, and your family.
• Payment in full is expected at time of services unless other financial arrangements have been made.
Affordable Payment Plans Available to Start Care Immediately
• 5 % Discount for payment in full before treatment begins as an offset to the cost of billing. Cash, check or major credit card accepted.
• Cash or Check
• CareCredit—Care credit is a national health care credit card with a variety of payment options to chose from including:
NO INTEREST if paid within a certain time
NO Down Payment
NO Prepayment penalty
Up to $25,000 credit available
Convenient Monthly Payment Options
• Pre-Payment Option—Anticipated treatment may be prepayed on terms convenient to you. When adequate funds are accumulated, treatment begins. This plan is sometimes referred to as a “lay away” plan. It has been gaining in popularity for such services as implants, complete dentures, partial dentures and cosmetic services like veneers.
• PBP—The Professional Budget Plan is limited to patients of record with an excellent credit history as a professional courtesy for the years they have been a patient.
• Occasionally, additional budget plans become available. Don’t hesitate to ask.
• We work with all insurance plans and when you come in we will do a complimentary benefits check for you.
• Dental insurance has been a big help to many families and we will help you maximize your benefits.
• Dental insurance rarely covers 100% of all care and, therefore, the patient is responsible for the unpaid portion.
• Dental insurance is USUALLY LIMITED by the type of coverage purchased, annual maximums, exclusions and co-payment percentages. Your coverage may also be limited by a fee schedule set by the insurance company and referred to as “usual, customary, and reasonable” (UCR). This fee schedule is seldom relevant to actual fees in most dental practices.