Insurance and Financing
Here at Burton Dental, we believe that everyone deserves the highest quality of care available. Many people avoid going to the dentist because they’re worried about the cost they might incur. Rest assured, though, that there are many options available for getting the necessary dental work that you need.
Dental Insurances Accepted
Dental insurance is a contract that exists between your employer and your insurance company. Your benefits are based on whichever plan benefit your employer purchases on your behalf. The goal of an insurance company and your employer is to help provide you with the basic coverage for specific procedures and services. This helps keep the premium cost down.
Burton Dental welcomes all PPO dental plans. However, we are in network and are preferred providers with the following dental insurance companies:
- Delta Dental
- United Concordia
- Lending Club
- Care Credit
Your smile is very important to us at Burton Dental. Therefore, we are proud to offer CareCredit as an option to help pay for your dental needs. CareCredit is a healthcare credit card that is specially designed to help pay for medical costs, including dental procedures. They can help where your insurance might not be willing to.
CareCredit has two unique features. Every CareCredit transaction is eligible for a no interest (if you pay within the promotional time period) or low fixed interest payment plan. This helps you spread out the cost of your dental procedures into a more affordable option. CareCredit is a leader in healthcare financing and has helped millions of patients to afford the care that they either want or need.
Using CareCredit can help you pay for any co-payments that may be necessary. It can also help cover your deductibles. There are certain treatments that your insurance company won’t pay for, and CareCredit can help finance these procedures as well.
This allows you to begin treatment immediately and pay over time with convenient monthly payments. Therefore, you can reserve your other existing credit cards for different things, such as household use, or unexpected expenses.