Royal Lakes Family Dental
A Great Dentist

We Offer Affordable Payment Plans

We want you to maintain a healthy white smile for the rest of your life, and we are willing to help you do so. Our goal is to help every patient get the smile they want, no matter what their financial circumstances.

CareCredit logoWe accept most dental insurance plans, and our team can help you maximize the benefits you have available. From scheduling appointments to meet the specifications of your insurance policy to making co-payments more affordable, our team is willing to work with you to make dental care more affordable.

Our dental practice also accepts most major credit cards, so you can pay for the cost of your appointments and procedures over time. In addition to credit card payments, we work with Care Credit to provide third-party financing options for our patients. These payment options are designed to make dental care more affordable for yourself and your family.

Please let us know if you plan to take advantage of our in-office financing. You will need to meet certain financial criteria to use this payment option, but our team can walk you through the process. Find out how to:

  • Start your dental treatments right away instead of putting it off
  • Make easy and affordable monthly payments
  • Finance your treatment up to 100% of the total cost
  • Choose from a wide range of financing and payment options
  • Get the dental treatment you need with no up-front cost to you
  • Pay no annual fee for financing your dental care

Dental Insurance

We know that dental insurance plans can be very confusing.  As a courtesy to you the administrative team will contact your insurance carrier to obtain a complete benefits breakdown of your coverage and will help you to understand how your benefits work for you.

 

We are proud to be contracted with the following PPO insurance contracts:

Aetna, Ameritas, Assurant, BCBS, Cigna, Connection, Delta Dental, Guardian, GEHA, Humana, Metilfe, and United Healthcare.

 

Frequently Asked Questions

There are probably lots of dentists in your area, but it is important to choose the right professional. Look for a dentist who has obtained the proper accreditations and training, and one who has a caring attitude. If you are choosing a dentist for your child, you will want one with experience treating young patients.

A good dentist will also keep convenient hours, allowing patients to visit after work or on weekends. A convenient location is important as well, so look for dentists who meet your criteria and are within a reasonable driving distance.

Scheduling a dental appointment for your concerns can seem like a hassle but we make the process as easy as possible. Call our office and our wonderful staff will be able to help you with any insurance or financing questions that you may have. Just call our office to schedule your next appointment.

Your First Appointment at Our Oakwood Dentist Office

Depending on the type of services you are looking for, you may be required to come in for a consultation first. We like to start with x-rays and a full checkup exam to understand your needs. Call us today!

Brushing your teeth regularly is the best way to protect yourself from cavities, tooth decay and gum disease. You should brush your teeth four times a day – after breakfast each morning, after family brushing their teeth in flowery branch you eat lunch, after dinner and a fourth time before you turn in for the night.

Further Preventing Cavities

Brushing alone will not prevent you from getting cavities and gum disease. It is important to keep up to date with your regular dental cleanings and exams. When you come in for a cleaning, we make sure to scrape off the hard to reach plaque that builds up on your teeth. Call our office today to schedule your dental cleaning.

Everyone should visit the dentist every six months – including children, teenagers and adults. Scheduling a routine wellness checkup twice a year is the best way to keep tabs on your oral health and make sure there are no undetected problems.

You may think your teeth look great, but there could be problems lurking under the surface. Gum disease often causes no symptoms, and the damage it does starts at the gumline where problems are not always visible. Regular dental care allows you to spot these problems early – when they are most treatable.

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