How can I make dental care more affordable?
Prevention is Key
The most effective way to manage dental care costs is prevention: Make a commitment to the number of exams and cleanings Dr. Maher and your hygienist recommend for you and follow the recommended daily maintenance routine. For most patients, two exams and cleanings per year are recommended (and are what most insurance plans cover) as well as a daily brushing and flossing regimen.
In addition, delaying needed care or treatment for your oral health may increase the risk of more intensive – and more costly – procedures. For example, a diagnosis of a cavity left untreated may develop more extensive decay, leading to the necessity of root canals and/or crowns. Following Dr. Maher's and your hygienist’s recommendations for your dental care will keep treatment costs down.
We Offer Payment Options That Work For You
Besides working with your insurance company to maximize the yearly benefits allotted to you, our office offers different payment options to fit necessary treatment within your budget, whether you are insured or uninsured. In addition, we offer third-party financing with longer-term, interest-free plans available.
Dr. Maher is wholly committed to providing the least amount and the most minimally invasive dentistry over your lifetime. His goal is to educate and inform patients to maintain good oral health and to help prevent serious dental conditions from occurring.
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