Paying For Dental Treatment

We understand that dental treatment is expensive and we pride ourselves on having lower than average fees while maintaining the highest standards of care.  Unforeseen medical and dental expenses can often lead to financial stress.  We feel that people need to have access to proper dental care and we have systems in place that will help you afford the treatment we recommend. We accept a wide variety of payment options, including Visa, Mastercard, Personal Checks, Health Savings Debit, and Care Credit.

More and More People are taking advantage of Care Credit as a payment option.  Care Credit is a type of credit card that can be used for medical and dental expenses as the need arises.  The majority of patients are approved after completing a short application online or after submitting an application over the phone (800) 677-0718

Another consideration that we urge patients to look into is known as a Health Savings Account (HSA).  A Health savings account can have great tax benefits because these type of funds are not federally taxed at the time of contribution, a topic that should be further discussed with your accountant or financial adviser.  Many Banks are now offering Health Savings Accounts and unlike a flexible spending account (FSA), funds roll over and accumulate year to year if not spent. This serves as a "rainy day" fund especially when a dental emergency arises. 









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