We want you to be able to receive the dental care you need, when you need it. You can always talk to a staff member to find out how we can help you to finance your treatments or make the most of your insurance coverage.
We honor PPO (Preferred Provider Organization) dental insurance policies. Contact us to find out if we can work with your PPO.
We can help you make loan arrangements with these providers, who specialize in health care financing:
Santa Ana Dental Financing
Our practice is pleased to present flexible payment plans through Lending Club Patient Solutions. Lending Club Patient Solutions offers:
Plans with low fixed rates & low monthly payments that never change over the life of the loan
Patient-friendly,True No-Interest Plans with no retroactive interest
No upfront payments
No prepayment penalty
It’s easy to calculate your potential monthly payments. Simply complete a short application which displays fixed rates and monthly payments available for Extended Plans, all without impacting your credit score.
For more information, simply ask a team member or visit lendingclub.com/patients. Lending Club
Our other financing options include:
We accept all major credit cards, Visa, Master Card, Discover and American Express. Contact us to find out if you can use a different type of credit card.
We work with patients on an individual basis, helping them to obtain the financing they need.
Occasionally, there are in-office payment plans available for long-term patients.
HMO – HMO insurance limits your coverage to only specific dentist that are in their dental plan. This means you won’t be getting dental benefits if you go to an outside dentist. You can of course still come to our office but you would not be able to receive any benefits.
PPO/DMO – Usually a PPO/DMO insurance allows you to go to any dentist, within or outside your network and will cover a portion of the dental work that you get done. These types of benefits will vary in the amount of money that the insurance will cover.
Dental benefits are a contract between your employer and your insurance company, therefore offering benefits based on the cost of the policy to your employer. Since this contract does not include you or your personal dentist in the defining of you benefits, it many times does not cover the entire fee associated with you procedures.
Any type dental procedure will not usually have a large financial impact on someone such as a major medical procedure. Therefore, dental benefits were never created to offer 100% coverage like medical insurance. Dental insurance is still considered as a benefit or assistance toward dental costs