Fees & Payment Methods
When you arrive, you'll see the dentist, who will examine your mouth and talk with you about any dental issues you are having. He or she will discuss treatment options at that time. When you have agreed on a treatment plan and are ready to proceed, payment for services is usually required at that time.
We want you to know what you can expect to pay before your visit so that you can make an informed decision.
While it is our goal to provide you with the best estimated cost for the services you choose, sometimes additional services are necessary for clinical issues specific to your case. In such cases, the dentist will consult with you prior to providing the services.
Payment & Financing
Daily Dentures accepts cash, Visa, MasterCard, Discover, and, in most cases, checks with valid ID. Some practices offer FINANCING such as CareCreditSM, but you will need to be approved by the financing company. Please note that some practices that offer CareCredit require a minimum treatment fee amount to use this service.
Please check with the practice to see if CareCredit is offered, what types of plans are being offered, and what, if any, minimum treatment fee is required.
Payment for services is usually required in the morning after you first see the dentist and a treatment plan is approved, based on your clinical needs.
If you have dental insurance, we will provide an appropriate dental walk-out statement. While most practices do not directly file insurance claims, you save money by filing the claim yourself. Daily Dentures' fees are so low that the total cost for the services you receive is frequently less than the co-pay you are required to pay to your insurance carrier. The practice staff can help you calculate the costs so you can make the best decision.
Medicaid is a state-funded program that may assist adults in obtaining denture or extraction services. Not all states cover these services, and not all Daily Dentures practices are able to offer Medicaid coverage. Please call us to inquire about Medicaid acceptance.
Payment from Third Party Care Providers
Many of the affiliated dental practices providing Daily Dentures have established Agency or Third-Party Care Provider relationships with government and social service organizations, nursing homes, retirement home facilities, hospices, hospitals and home health agencies. Organizations like Veterans Affairs often use the denture services offered by the affiliated practices to supplement the services they provide within the VAMC.
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