As a rule, dental insurance policies cover preventive and/or routine procedures such as exams and cleanings twice a year. Certain insurance policies may also cover general dentistry treatments such as fillings or extractions, either partially or in full.

For some dental procedures, the cost is not covered by dental insurance plans. This generally includes treatments that are considered non-essential or cosmetic. In these cases, patients may require financing or other payment methods.

Financing

We understand that financing can be a difficult subject, so our goal is to make it as easy as possible by offering in-office payment plans and partnering with third-party financing services to provide you with the best available options for your financial situation. If the cost of treatments or procedures are not fully covered by insurance, some dental offices provide financing options to assist with the remaining cost. Be sure to contact your dentist’s office about financing options before receiving any oral care that is not fully covered by your dental insurance policy.

Accepted Insurances

We accept most PPO dental insurances, including:

  • Delta Dental
  • Premera
  • Aetna
  • United Healthcare
  • Principal
  • Regence
  • Connection Dental
  • Ameritas
  • Guardian
  • Cigna

We also accept Medicaid and Medicare patients that are in-network with us, such as UHC Medicaid Advantage plan.

Other Payment Methods

If your dental insurance plan does not cover the full cost of your dental care and/or financing is not available, there are still other options. Cash, major credit cards, and CareCredit are accepted as alternate payment methods for treatments and procedures. CareCredit is a credit card designed for patients to pay for healthcare not covered by insurance, including dental care.

We want to make sure you’re taken care of, so please don’t let finances keep you from contacting our office or getting treatment you may need to have a healthy smile you love. Call us to talk about flexible in-house financing plans as well as other available options.

Contact your dentist’s office for more information about insurance and financing.

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