We accept MasterCard and VISA. We also accept cash, checks, and approved financing via CareCredit.
To help you get the care you deserve at a price that fits into your budget, we offer financing through a dedicated health credit line. These payments are over a period of time, often at no interest at all. This makes it possible to get your dentistry done, and make payments that wind up costing not one cent more. We have a number of options available. Correct years of neglect to your teeth and get the smile you always wanted right now!
Our financial coordinator will gladly file all the necessary paper work on your behalf, so you can get started on treatment immediately.
Credit is a flexible patient/client payment program, specifically designed for healthcare expenses, that makes it easier for you to get the treatment or procedures you want and need. CareCredit is ideal for treatment and procedures not covered by insurance, and can be used at our office.
CareCredit lets you begin your treatment or procedure immediately—then pay for it over time with low monthly payments that are easy to fit into your monthly budget. Checkout our payment calculator.
CareCredit offers a full range of No Interest and Extended Payment Plans for treatment fees from $1 to over $25,000, you can apply online.
No Interest Payment Plans
- 12 month plan options
- No interest if the balance is paid within the specified time period
- Low minimum monthly payments
- Extended Payment Plans
- 24, 36, & 48 month plan options
- For treatment fees from $1,000 to over $25,000
- Monthly payments as low as $25 for a $1,000 fee balance
- With CareCredit, you pay no up-front costs, no pre-payment penalties and no fees. Plus, CareCredit is a revolving credit line for additional treatment or add-on charges, without the need to re-apply.
Flexible Spending Account
Flexible spending arrangement (FSA), or Flexible Spending Account, as they are commonly called, is one of a number of tax-advantaged financial accounts that can be set up through a cafeteria plan of an employer. Medical spending accounts allow you to pay your dentistry treatment cost using pre-tax income.