Convenient Payment Options

Dental treatment is an excellent investment in an individual’s medical and psychological well-being. Financial considerations should not be an obstacle to obtaining this important health service.

Being sensitive to the fact that different people have different needs in fulfilling their financial obligations, our Financial Coordinator will work with you to create an individualized plan to meet your specific needs. Our goal is to not let expense prevent you from benefiting from the quality of care you deserve and desire. Below are just some of the options available to you in our office.

Dental Insurance

We welcome dental insurance. We will be happy to answer all of your questions and do a complimentary benefits check before you begin treatment.  We work with all types of insurance. Our goal is to assist you in maximizing your insurance benefits and optimize out of network plans so you are reimbursed in a timely manner.

GreenSky Patient Financing

Don’t let the cost stop you from receiving the dental care you need and want. Santa Cruz Dentist offers many financing options to help you pay for your very important dental treatment. One of the financing options we offer for your Dental Implant treatment is GreenSky Patient Financing. GreenSky offers many payment plans that can help you get the coverage you need.

To get started, GreenSky makes it easy by allowing you to Apply Online with their online registration.

Financing

Our office accepts financing via CareCredit for your dental care needs. You can get low payment plans and affordable rates.

Apply today or get pre-qualified before you visit. This is a great option for dental implants or All-on-4 dental implant procedures.

Credit Cards

We Accept Visa, Master Card, American Express, and Discover.

Prepay Courtesy (savings)

  • Prepay courtesy (savings) for advance payment of the proposed treatment. Reduce the cost of your dental care with our pre-payment courtesy when paying in full.

Medicare Certified Provider

Medicare does not cover “dental issues,” but it covers jaw inflammation, infection, resorption and inability to chew food. The only way to find whether you have an eligible plan and a condition deemed Medical Necessity is to come to the office for a personal consultation.