Do You Accept Dental Insurance?
Watch this video by Dr. Bianca Esparza as she explains how our office participates with most dental insurance providers, and what that means when it comes to your dental treatment.
Dental insurance can be intricate, with variations in coverages and benefits. We collaborate with numerous insurance providers and facilitate our patients in maximizing their benefits. At our office, we meticulously evaluate your insurance benefits to determine coverage specifics. Reach out to us for clarity on how your dental insurance can work best for you.
It’s crucial to understand that dental insurance functions similarly to a discount coupon. When you undergo treatment, insurance may cover certain procedures, but the remaining cost is still your responsibility. Dental insurance seldom covers the entirety of your expenses. If you perceive insurance as a discount on dental care, it’ll clarify the fact that the treatments we suggest are genuinely what you require, irrespective of what the insurance offers. Your insurance doesn’t have a real-time insight into your dental health.
They provide these discounts to ensure you receive optimal treatment.
For emergencies, please reach out to us. Walk-ins are welcome, and we’re dedicated to evaluating your situation to determine the nature of your dental problem. Remember, our consultations are complimentary.
Considering financing can be an excellent way to begin your journey with numerous dental implants. We collaborate with several finance companies, tailoring our services based on your budget and treatment needs. This flexibility allows us to rejuvenate your smile sooner.
We do offer financing options. After assessing your credit with our three partnered companies, we aim to find the most favorable interest rate for you. This ensures that you can undergo the necessary treatment and emerge even more content. Once again, our initial consultation is free.
We provide complimentary consultations for mini dental implants. During this session, we’ll address your concerns, examine any missing teeth or existing dentures, and assess your specific needs. Often, a CT scan might be necessary to determine the suitability of a mini dental implant or a traditional one. After our assessment, we’ll discuss the optimal route for your dental care.
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