accessibility ACCESSIBILITY

 

Cash                                                                                                                

Including money orders, debit cards, and personal checks.

 

Credit Cards                                                                                     

Visa, MasterCard, Discover, and American Express are accepted at our office.

 

Care Credit                                                                                      

About

We offer CareCredit because your smile is important to us.  CareCredit is a convenient, low minimum monthly payment program for your entire family specifically designed to pay for healthcare and elective treatment not covered by insurance.  CareCredit has a variety of low minimum monthly payment plans, for treatment fees ranging from $200 to $25,000.

CareCredit gives you the freedom to get your procedure whenever you’re ready. It’s easy to apply. With three simple steps, including an instant approval process, you can say goodbye to the waiting time and reward yourself sooner.

Frequently Asked Questions

          Yes. You can use CareCredit for treatment balances from $200 to over $25,000.

Save your consumer credit cards for household or unplanned expenses! Unlike your Visa or MasterCard, CareCredit is exclusive for healthcare services and you can get No Interest* financing every time you use it. If you need more time to pay for your procedure, you can take advantage of our extended payment plans with low, fixed interest rates.

Yes, you can use your CareCredit account over and over, at any practice which accepts CareCredit. As long as you have the available credit on your account, you can use your card for ongoing or new treatments and procedures, without reapplying.

 

Please understand that patients without insurance are expected to pay in full at the time of service.  However, we understand that some dental procedures are costly and therefore we offer financing through CareCredit (above).  Patients with insurance are expected to pay all deductibles and percentages not paid by the insurance company at the time of service.  The patient is financially responsible to pay the full fee, regardless of insurance payment.