Safety. Convenience. Payment options. The things that matter most when choosing a dentist.
August 3, 2020
August 3, 2020
With coronavirus cases surging past 4 million in the United States, safety has taken on a new precedence within different aspects of our lives, including visiting healthcare providers. Additionally, when it comes to choosing a dentist, convenience and affordability have always been high on patients’ priority lists. That’s why it has become more important than ever for us to say “yes” to our patients in all three of these areas.
In our June blog post, we highlighted some of the extra precautions we’re taking to ensure you and your family are safe when you visit the dentist. These include applying new screening measures, following social distancing guidelines, increasing the level of personal protective equipment, and implementing more frequent sterilization and disinfection practices. You can be assured that keeping our patients and team members safe is our top priority.
We know you have a lot going on. That’s why we want to make things as easy on you as possible. We’ll work with you to find an appointment time that suits your family’s busy schedule, and can often fit in same-day appointments or same-day treatment. Once you’re here, we’ll do our best to complete your care as efficiently as possible so you can get back to the things you love.
We know everyone’s situation is different, and having flexible payment options that fit your needs is important. While many patients will be happy to know we accept most major dental insurances, we also have options for patients without insurance. These include offering payment plans for those who qualify and accepting CareCredit. We even have a discount dental plan! For a low annual fee, discount plan members receive routine services at no additional cost and generous discounts on a variety of treatments.
We say “yes” to safety, convenience and payment options, so you can feel comfortable saying “yes” to making us your partner in dental care. If you’re ready to schedule an appointment, give us a call!
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