At Smileboston Cosmetic and Implant Dentistry, while our main goal is to provide our patients with the best dental treatment available, we know that financial management plays a large role in your overall health. At your initial consultation, following diagnosis and options of recommended treatment plans, you will sit with a member of our team and discuss the best way to make your finances fit your plan. We have created financing options that work for most individuals and accept a variety of payment methods and dental insurances.
For your convenience we accept payments of cash, debit and most major credit cards. In addition, Smileboston Cosmetic & Implant Dentistry is proud to work with CareCredit and Lending Club Patient Solutions, two financing options to consider in your financial planning. We are also be able to make arrangements for an in office, no interest, monthly payment plan for specific term plans.
If you are a new patient interested in the Pinhole Surgical Technique, we encourage you to bring your most up-to-date insurance information to your first consultation. Smileboston Cosmetic and Implant Dentistry is an “in network participating provider” for Delta Dental Premier and Blue Cross Blue Shield dental plans. Smileboston’s Pembroke office is also in contract with CIGNA. However, although we cannot guarantee any financial coverage for insurance plans outside of our in-network partners, Smileboston submits information to all dental plans to do what we can to help you obtain coverage. A member of our team will research your insurance plan and explain your benefits to you so that you fully understand your policy.
Evaluating the Cost of Treatment
While treatment is absolutely a financial commitment, the long-term effects of gum disease and gum recession can damage your oral health and overall well-being. When considering your options to treat gum recession, we remind our patients that it is important to understand all your options and timing. In the long run, it is beneficial to take care of serious dental conditions as soon as possible. Eventually, gum disease can effect other important systems of your body including the cardiovascular and respiratory systems. In fact, studies have shown that your oral health is often a reflection of your body’s underlying health so it’s key to keep both in good working order.