Select the best PPO payment option that suits your needs:
1. Private Insurance
We are in-network with these recognized insurance companies!
Most dental insurance covers the initial exam and x-rays, but remember that your plan only covers some services in full, and some others may not cover them at all or cover only a small part (partially). We will make sure to offer you a convenient payment plan so that you can cover the costs you have to pay out of pocket!
2. Do not have dental insurance?
Without interest! No credit! NO down payment!
UniCare Dental Plan is the solution
UniCare Dental Care Plan
FREE CONSULTATION! With Dental Exam and X-rays!
✓ Dental check-ups are Free: Includes Consultation + Examination + Radiographs.
✓ Every 6 months we do your check-ups that include the x-ray examination (without cost), and with the basic and/or major treatment you need. If the treatment (basic and/or major) that you need is not started after the recommendations of the doctor a charge of $ 25.00 * will be applied (regular price of these services $ 89)
✓ Emergency Exam without cost. With x-rays and medical prescription if needed! In case of presenting a dental emergency (ex: broken teeth, loose teeth, loss of crowns, etc.), our frequent patients and/or new patients will have the emergency examination including the X-rays with the prescription (if needed) WITHOUT any cost.
3. Financial Options
If you have established credit:
This is a financing option we offer to our patients to obtain payment plans up to 18 months FREE interest!
If you have NO credit history:
We will finance your dental treatments with 0% interest. Ask for our Lay-away program or deferred payment options.
3. Medicare Plans
Medicare is the federal health insurance program for:
People who are 65 or older
Certain younger people with disabilities
People with End-Stage Renal Disease (permanent kidney failure requiring dialysis or a transplant, sometimes called ESRD)
What are the parts of Medicare?
The different parts of Medicare help cover specific services:
Medicare Part A (Hospital Insurance)
Part A covers inpatient hospital stays, care in a skilled nursing facility, hospice care, and some home health care.
Medicare Part B (Medical Insurance)
Part B covers certain doctors’ services, outpatient care, medical supplies, and preventive services.
Medicare Part D (prescription drug coverage)
Helps cover the cost of prescription drugs (including many recommended shots or vaccines).
Medicare Advantage Plan – Part C
Purchasing a Medicare Advantage Plan is often a good way to get dental coverage, so consider only plans that include dental or you will need to purchase separate individual dental insurance.
How can those with Original Medicare get dental coverage?
Among Medicare beneficiaries who use dental services, 19% spent more than $1,000 on out-of-pocket expenses for a year.8 If you have Medicare without dental coverage, you can reduce costs and meet this important need with individual dental coverage by simply paying a monthly premium.
Dental coverage saves you money by paying for preventive services and reducing your out-of-pocket costs for many procedures by sharing the cost with you. Dental coverage is often designed to pay for:
100% of routine preventive and diagnostic care such as cleanings and exams.
80% of basic procedures such as fillings, root canals, and tooth extractions.
50% of major procedures such as crowns, bridges, and implants.
There’s additional value in purchasing dental coverage because you are more likely to:
Avoid future dental problems, thanks to preventive care and early treatment.
Get the care you need since you will probably visit your dentist more often.
Enjoy good overall health because research shows oral care has a positive effect on your overall well-being.