Smile Now, pay later
Financial constraints can be the biggest obstacle patient’s face when it comes to getting quality dental care. Dental care includes many procedures such as tooth repair, crowns or caps, root canals, dental implants, braces, retainers and more, but ………
Dental Financing Payment Plans Can Help You
Many patients find using dental financing allows them to obtain necessary dental care to not only maintain their health but also for cosmetic reasons, such as, improve their smile. Dental financing eliminates those financial obstacles to give you straightforward options in quality oral care.
Payment plans not only help you get the oral treatment you need today, they can save you money in the long term as well. They are one of the easiest ways patients can manage the cost of their long term dental plan. For example, if you put off getting necessary treatment today that can lead to you needing more expensive treatment in the future. By using payment plans, patients gain access to the quality care they need today to maintain the health of their smile and keep future costs down.
Your smile is priceless.
Consult your Garners dentist for details about these and other procedures you may need and ask about our dental financing payment plans.
Dental Financing Summary
A dentist may offer payment plans, but not all dentists do. A payment plan spreads out the cost of a dental procedure over time, whether it’s for a filling, root canal or implants, etc. Payment plans are especially useful for people who don’t have dental insurance, or whose dental insurance doesn’t cover the full bill. Dental costs can be too expensive to pay all at once, with procedures like dentures or implants costing $1, 000 to $3, 000 and braces running up an average bill of $5,000 to $6,000.
We understand dental costs can sometimes be too expensive to pay in one go, that’s why we offer a payment plan financing option that spreads out the cost of your dental procedure. Whether it’s a filling, root canal, crown or dental implants a payment plan can make the difference between getting it done when you need it or not.