Paying for dental care should be as painless and stress-free as possible.
Our policy is to research your insurance ahead of time and accept payment at time of service to avoid burdening you with surprise bills and hidden costs. By providing pricing up front and a complimentary breakdown of insurance benefits before your visit, we provide our patients with better service and extra peace of mind.
We accept cash, major credit cards, and most major dental PPO insurance plans including but not limited to:
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Dental Arts of Pelham offers several ways for our patients to pay for their dental treatment.
Ask about cash payment discounts
Visa, Mastercard, American Express and Discover
We’ll file all the paperwork for you
Interest free subject to credit approval
We offer dental financing through Wells Fargo, Care Credit and Lending Club, third party financing companies that offer means of payment for health and wellness expenses.
Our patients can in many cases qualify for interest free affordable monthly payments.
Let our insurance and financing coordination center check your options for you!
We accept most major dental insurance plans including Delta Dental, Cigna, MetLife, Humana, Aetna, and UnitedHealthcare. We are also in-network providers for most PPO plans. Please contact us for more information about specific plans.
Actually, most insurance plans only cover a portion of the cost of dental procedures. Typically, basic preventive care such as cleanings and checkups are covered at a higher percentage than more complex procedures such as crowns, bridges, and root canals. Please contact us for more information about your specific plan.
Most insurance plans are renewed on an annual basis. However, some plans may be renewed on a monthly or quarterly basis. Please contact us for more information about your specific plan.
Many insurance plans do offer some coverage for orthodontic treatments, however the amount of coverage varies by plan. Please contact us for more information about your specific plan.
Most insurance plans do require a deductible before they will begin to cover the cost of procedures. The amount of the deductible will vary by plan. Please contact us for more information about your specific plan.