Remarkable Implants, Attractive Cost
At Gentle Dental, Dr. Anderson understands that unexpected dental issues occur which can create a financial burden you might not be prepared to handle. He is committed to ensuring that you live with a smile you love, so he proudly offers multiple financial solutions so that you can get dental implants and a smile you deserve.
Our entire team is qualified to help you get the most out of your benefits. We’ll work with your insurance provider, and we can even help you file your claim. With cost and hassle out of the picture, we can focus on repairing your smile and restoring your livelihood.
CareCredit is a third-party lender that features low-interest or interest-free financing for medical expenses — including health, wellness, and beauty treatments. It’s easy to apply online, and the form only takes a few minutes to complete.
CareCredit will work with your budget by offering flexible payment plans that you’ll determine before your treatment. Best yet, there’s never a penalty for paying early.
Available Payment Options
Dr. Anderson wants his patients to receive the optimal dental care that they’ve come to expect. For this reason, he accepts a variety of payment methods, including:
- All Major Credit Cards
However, our service to your convenience doesn’t stop there. We’re currently offering a 5% discount on the cost of your entire procedure if you pay in advance.
We Work With Numerous Insurance Providers
At Gentle Dental, we want implants to be an available solution for anyone missing teeth. For that reason, our office works with the following insurance providers:
- Aetna PPO Dental
- Assurant/DHA Dental
- Blue Cross Blue Shield of Michigan Dental
- Careington Dental Network
- CIGNA Radius Network
- Delta Dental Premier
- Dentemax Dental Network
- Guardian DentalGuard Network
- Mavcrest Dental Network
- MetLife PDP Network
- Principal Plan Dental Network
- United Concordia National Fee For Service
How Much Do Dental Implants Cost?
Dental implants are the most cost-efficient restoration option because they last longer and require fewer checkups than the alternatives. Even though their initial cost is higher, it evens out.
The cost of implant treatment depends on the number of teeth you’re missing, and whether Dr. Anderson will use an implant-supported bridge or denture. Regardless, according to The New York Times, the average price for a single dental implant is between $3,000 and $4,500.
If you see an advertisement featuring unusually low prices for dental implants, investigate the dentist’s credentials. We recommend finding an implant dentist who is affiliated with at least one of the renowned implant organizations.
For example, Dr. Anderson is a Member of the Misch International Institute, a Fellow with the International Congress of Oral Implantologists, a Fellow with the Las Vegas Institute for Advanced Dental Studies, and more.
Your Financing Options at Gentle Dental
Dental Implants are a healthy and attractive way to restore the gaps in your smile caused by missing teeth. Give us a call today to schedule your free consultation and see what we can do for your smile.