Have you been searching for reliable, convenient, and accessible dental care but have concerns about payment options? If so, you’re not alone.
According to research, an estimated $37 million people don’t have dental coverage, leaving them responsible for paying full price for dental services. Despite routine dental care being essential to preventing tooth decay and gum disease, cost can—and does—prevent Americans from getting the dental care they need and deserve.
At Newtown Dentistry, we understand the barriers that can keep people from visiting the dentist. We do everything we can to help our patients feel welcome, comfortable, and informed. This includes making sure payment options are clear and easy to understand. And, for our dental patients that do not have dental health insurance, we offer an in-house savings plan.
Continue reading to learn more about how to take advantage of our dental savings plan and be on your way to dental treatment today.
Newtown Dentistry In-House Dental Savings Plan
There are several reasons why a patient may not have dental insurance. For example, some patients may:
- Have not been able to find a reasonably priced dental plan
- Lost dental coverage after retiring
- Have not had the right opportunity to purchase dental insurance
No matter the reason for not having dental insurance, our in-house dental savings plan covers:
- Routine X-rays
Additionally, our membership plan provides discounts on dental procedures such as:
We know how valuable your time is, which is why signing up for the Newtown Dentistry In-House Dental Savings Plan is easier than ever. In just minutes, you can be covered and on your way to optimized dental care for your teeth and gums.
To get started, all you need to do is enroll in our dental savings plan by requesting a form from our front desk team or accessing the form on our website.
As an added bonus, the pricing of our membership plan is completely transparent. This means that you’ll never have to guess the cost of a dental treatment or procedure. Our team will let you know how much you’ll need to pay before committing to treatment.
And, should you have a question about your dental plan, you can access and manage your account on any device—at any time.
Schedule an appointment now, or call our office at (215) 774-5193 for questions regarding payment plans or dental services.