Smile Savings Plan
Protecting the health and appearance of your smile is our main concern. We provide quality, comprehensive dentistry in a way that allows you to understand your treatment and feel at home while receiving your care. Part of providing this type of care is creating a plan that includes a time frame for accomplishing your care and how much you should expect to pay at each appointment. This portion of creating a plan is why we implemented an in house Smile Savings Plan.
Many people do not have dental insurance and that is a deterrent to them receiving regular dental care. Seeing a dentist on a regular basis is how we prevent most dental emergencies. For example, during a routine cleaning and exam one thing we look for is any cavities. Finding a cavity while it is small is beneficial to you is several ways.
- We can repair any damage to the tooth while preserving more of your natural tooth structure.
- You can schedule an appointment when it suits your schedule.
- You can plan in advance for the costs associated with treatment. Receiving regular dental care is the goal!
How It Works
The Smile Savings Plan is valid for 12 months. After your initial comprehensive exam and any x-rays needed for that appointment, the fee for the first person in the family is $350, then $335 for the second person. If any other family members would like to join the smile savings program, contact our office for additional information and fees.
This would include the following:
- 2 cleanings (Regular or Periodontal)
- 2 routine/periodic exams
- 1 set of four bitewing x-rays
- 10% off any other in-house services
This means that with your initial payment, you have two routine visits to the dentist covered!
It’s kind of like a BOGO!
IN ADDITION, if you were to need any restorative treatments, you would receive 10% off any in-house services provided (excludes products, such as opalescence go whitening kits, pro-denRx, etc).
After purchasing the SSP, You save about $195 a year! First routine appointment for a regular cleaning (prophylaxis), a routine exam, and a set of four (4) bitewing x-rays and your, Second appointment for a regular cleaning (prophylaxis) and a routine exam
If you receive periodontal care, You save about $260 a year! First routine appointment for a periodontal cleaning, a routine exam, and a set of four (4) bitewing x-rays and your, Second appointment for a periodontal cleaning and a routine exam
Don’t forget you get 10% off any other inhouse services you may need!
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