Whether it is the smile you want or the treatment you need, comprehensive dental care can be a major investment. Your dental health and smile is an excellent investment in yourself. During your consultation we will provide you with a report of findings that will explain your treatment options and the all-inclusive fee for each treatment option.
We have financing options available for patients who qualify, and we are dedicated to helping explore all of your treatment options and the best way to make your treatment choice affordable. If you are unsure if you can afford treatment, don’t let fear keep you from getting the facts. Schedule a free consultation today so you can make an informed decision about what is right for you.
- We offer a 5% courtesy accounting adjustment for payment by cash or check
- We accept Visa, MC, Discover, American Express and Care Credit
- Monthly payment plans offered by LendingClub Patient Solutions
Our practice is pleased to present flexible payment plans through Lending Club Patient Solutions. Enjoy a selection of flexible plans with low fixed rates and monthly payments, no upfront payment, and no prepayment penalty.
It’s easy to calculate your potential monthly payments. Simply complete a short application which displays fixed rates and monthly payments available for Extended Plans, all without impacting your credit score.
For more information, simply ask a team member or visit lendingclub.com/patients.
What if I have a dental insurance plan?
We have devoted our practice to offering excellent customer care and the best that modern dentistry has to offer. This commitment to modern dentistry prevents us from participating with dental plans. While we are considered out of network, we are more than happy to help you receive any benefit you may be entitled to by filing complicated forms with all supporting documentation on your behalf. Any allowed benefit will go directly to you and is not to be considered as part of any payment arrangement with The Djawdan Center for Implant Dentistry.
What You Need to Know About Dental Insurance
Dental insurance plans are designed as an employee benefit to offset very basic and preventative care. If there are multiple treatment options for a specific condition, most dental plans will base the allowed benefit on the least expensive alternative treatment solution. Because allowed benefits are based on this approach, dental plans never pay for the best that modern dentistry has to offer, they only pay for the bare minimum standard of care.