Implant and crown $2800.
For non-insured patients with cash.
Eight porcelain dental veneers for $499 each.
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Our office accepts cash, personal checks, Visa or Master cards, money orders, cashier checks, and bank debit cards. Payment is expected in full upon completion of services rendered. Ask about our 5% courtesy discount for payment in full at the start of treatment for procedures exceeding $1,000.
A great dental procedure isn’t any good if you can’t afford it. With this in mind, we have several different financial options available to patients, most with rapid internet or telephone approval from Care Credit. Some plans start as low as $44.00/month. Even if your credit is less than ideal (greater than 600), we’re flexible and we’ll work hard to find the most appropriate plan available.
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Worried about completing forms and claiming benefits? Worry no more. We’ll assist you in maximizing your dental insurance benefits and will complete your claim forms at no additional charge. Our mission is to completely inform you of your dental benefits before treatment, for confidence and peace of mind. As a courtesy, all claims are sent before the end of day, on the day of treatment. Co-payments will be determined at the time of treatment or during your initial consultation.
Most insurance plans will cover 100% of our basic dental services. If not, a range of coverages from 80% to 30% are normal, depending on the type of benefit package your employer has purchased. Some plans base the amount of benefits on a schedule of fees arbitrarily developed by insurance companies. For this reason, you may receive a lower level of coverage than indicated in your dental plan. As an example, if a plan indicates that it will pay 80% of the cost of a specific treatment, it is referring to the fee determined by the insurance company and not the actual fee charged by our office. The financial obligation for dental treatment is between our office and our patients. The insurance company is responsible to you, not our dental office. Ultimately, you – the patient, are responsible for any balance not covered by the insurance company.