We don’t want finances to be an obstacle in obtaining proper dental care. To assist our patients with their financial needs, our office accepts a variety of payment options, including cash, check, MasterCard, Visa and Discover. Our team will be happy to review these choices with you when you are scheduling your recommended treatment plan.
CareCredit® Healthcare Financing
As a service to our patients, we are pleased to offer CareCredit, the nation’s leading patient payment program. CareCredit offers special financing and low monthly payment options, no up-front costs, and no-prepayment penalties. For fees from $200 to $25,000, upon request and approval, CareCredit offers a comprehensive range of plans with low minimum monthly payments that fit comfortably into every budget. With CareCredit you can:
- Start treatment and care immediately and pay over time
- Pay for other medical expenses for you and your family without having to reapply
- Pay for deductibles and treatment not covered by insurance
- Have no annual fees
To apply, go to www.carecredit.com. You will receive a decision immediately. We can assist you in applying for these programs. For more information, please contact our office at (701) 284-6131.
Our practice accepts a variety of insurance plans, including the list below. For patients with dental insurance, we are glad to be able to maximize your policy benefits. We encourage our patients to be knowledgeable and understand their individual dental insurance coverage and patient responsibility. We’d be happy to estimate your coverage prior to your appointment. Please call with any questions at (701) 284-6131.
In-Network Insurance Plans
– Delta Dental
– United Concordia
– BCBS of ND
– North Dakota Medical Assistance
– And others!
Dental insurance is a contract between your employer and the insurance company. The benefits you receive depend on the policy your employer has negotiated. The amount of compensation you receive will be dependent upon your coverage plan and specifics. Cosmetic procedures are generally not covered by most dental insurance policies; however, partial benefits may be available if teeth are broken or have previous dental fillings, bonding or crowns. If you have questions about insurance, please call your insurance company directly for information regarding your individual plan.