By paying a monthly premium, regular dental checkups, x-rays, cleanings and other valuable services that promote dental health are made available to you. The cost of your plan can vary, depending on how much coverage you require.


Some dental insurance plans will require a deductible as part of the insurance agreement. A deductible is an amount that your insurance company requires you to pay before it will begin to pay for your coverage.

In Network vs. Out of Network:

Your insurance company is contracted with different providers (offices) and are considered “in-network.” If an office is not contracted with your insurance company, then they are considered “out-of-network.” Depending on whether or not a provider is in-network or not, the amount of coverage may change.

What if I Don’t Have Dental Coverage?

If you don’t have dental insurance, some other options are still available to our self-pay patients. Inquire within about our Sweet Tooth Dental Plan which provides a savings off of out of pocket costs or about applying for Care Credit, a healthcare credit card.

Additional Questions:

If you have further questions about your insurance coverage, please contact your insurance company directly for additional or further details.