Financing Your Surgery
At Williams Dental Implant & Oral Surgery, we accept many forms of payment, including payments spread over time through financing. Dr. Williams is also a provider for several dental insurance plans. Even if you are out of network, we will work with your insurance company to help you finance your surgery.
Even if you do not have dental or medical insurance, there are several financing options that can make your care affordable. These options include:
- With CareCredit financing there are no up-front costs and no pre-payment penalties
- CareCredit and Lending Club covers procedures from $200 to $25,000
- CareCredit and Lending Club provide No-Interest Payment Plans for 6, 12, and 18 months, as well as Extended Payment Plans with interest rates at a 14.9%-14.99% fixed.
- With Papaya, you can pay your dental bills at any time. Click the link to begin online payments today!
Other Payment Options
Payment for your surgery is due in advance. Payment is usually due the day of treatment. We provide a number of payment options which may be used:
- Cash or Check:
- Personal check
- Cashier’s check
- Money order
- Credit Cards:
- American Express
To speak with our patient coordinator about our financing options and how they might apply to your situation, please call Williams Dental Implant and Oral Surgery at 303-493-1933 and ask for Stacie. She can also give you an estimate based on your insurance plan.
Please remember that you are fully responsible for all fees charged by this office regardless of your insurance coverage.
We will send you a monthly statement. Most insurance companies will respond within four to six weeks. Please call our office at Williams Dental Implant and Oral Surgery at (303) 493-1933 if your statement does not reflect payments made by your insurance company during that time period. Any remaining balance after your insurance has paid its portion is your responsibility. Your prompt remittance is appreciated. Occasionally, we can make arrangements for a monthly payment plan, but that must be implemented prior to any actual procedures.