Paying For Your Care
Our locations all accept Visa, MasterCard, Discover, American Express, Personal Checks, and Money Orders.
At Dental Care Associates, we offer many ways to pay for your care.
When you schedule appointments with us, the last thing we want you to stress about is financials. We will work with you to ensure you can receive the care you need. If you have any questions about how to pay for your care, please give us a call or speak to someone during your appointment.
Dental Care Associates accepts many dental insurance plans, including Aetna, Assurant, Cigna, DDPA, Guardian, Metlife, Sunlife, United Concordia, and United Healthcare. Is your insurance not listed? Give us a call to confirm acceptance. While we may be out of network with a limited number of insurance plans, fees may be similar or even less. We’re happy to verify insurance coverage before your first visit to make your experience quick and seamless.
Dental Care Associates partners with Sunbit, a new way to get the treatment you need and pay over time. Sunbit offers patients a way to split their bill into monthly payments up to 72 months.
Care Credit is a third-party healthcare credit card that helps finance healthcare-related costs. Care Credit extends special financing options that you can’t get when using your Visa or MasterCard. Whether you use your healthcare credit card to cover your deductible or pay for treatments and procedures not covered by insurance, CareCredit helps make them possible today.
Dental Care Associates accepts the Essential Dental Plan, allowing members to receive the dental care they need at the savings they can afford. Get instant access to significant savings on all dental services plus free exams and x-rays. Choose individual, two-individual, or family coverage and enjoy peace of mind knowing you can maintain your oral health. The Essential Dental Plan is not insurance.
Health insurance and dental insurance are two different types of coverage. Some procedures such as oral surgery may be covered under your health insurance. Call your office and speak with a Patient Care Representative to learn more.