Dental implants are a real solution for your missing teeth. They’re surgically attached, so they’ll never embarrass you by coming out when you’re talking or eating. This natural-looking restoration works to preserve your smile and protect your natural teeth from decay and periodontal disease.
Here at Larson Dental, we want all our patients to receive the best possible dental care. That’s why our staff is trained to find the perfect payment option for you.
We’ll get the most out of your existing dental benefits. Larson Dental is a Premier Participating Dentist with Delta Dental, and we work with most major insurance providers. You have enough things to do, so we streamline the payment process as much as possible.
We also feature additional financing options from CareCredit, a private lender that offers low-interest and interest-free financing to help patients cover the cost of medical expenses. CareCredit features flexible payment options to make your care as affordable as possible. For your convenience, it’s easy to apply for CareCredit online.
If you’re looking for the ideal way to restore the gaps in your smile, you’ve come to the right place. Call 928-237-9064 today to find out more about your payment options. One of our friendly team members will be happy to answer any questions you may have.
And if you’re ready to learn more about dental implants, go ahead and schedule your consultation with Dr. Larson today. Just fill out the handy submissions form or give us a call.
Dental insurance isn’t a requirement to get treatment at our practice. It’s merely a convenience that allows many patients to reduce the overall cost of their dental implant procedure. If you don’t have insurance, you’ll still have access to all the same options as our insured patients — it just may cost you more out of pocket. You can also ask our staff about flexible payment plan options through CareCredit.
Unfortunately, most insurance plans won’t cover your dental implant treatment in full. However, it’s likely that you’ll get coverage for at least a portion of your overall treatment cost. The amount of payment you receive will depend on the specific terms set by your plan and provider. If you have any questions about your insurance benefits, our team will be happy to assist you.