While your first thought during a dental emergency will probably be to stop the pain or save your tooth. However, you’ll probably start worrying about the cost of any emergency treatments you might need once you’ve already made an appointment with Dr. Borsky. We don’t want you to lose sight of your oral health just because you’re worried about your financial situation, which is why our staff is more than happy to work with your insurance company or point you to various financial resources that can provide you with much-needed assistance at a tie when you need it most. Call us today to learn more about the costs associated with urgent dental care.
Every patient is unique, as are the various emergencies they might suffer from. In order to get a grasp on how much you can expect to pay for urgent dental care, you need to consider the following factors:
When patients are worried about the cost of their dental care, some of them decide to try and avoid treatment altogether in an attempt to save money. Needless to say, this could end up having a devastating effect on your oral health as the issue grows worse and worse; for example, if a tooth is broken, it could eventually become severely infected and weaken to the point where it needs to be removed. The likely end result is that you’ll have to pay for more complex and costly dental procedures than you would have otherwise.
To help all of our patients save money, we gladly accept all PPO plans. We’re in-network with Dentalcare Plus, which simply means we provide our services at agreed-upon rates; we can still help you file claims for other carriers as well. Furthermore, for uninsured patients that have trouble fitting the entire cost of a dental service into their budget, we work with CareCredit, which lets you pay the full price in a series of monthly payments with little to no interest. Get in touch with us if your interested in learning more about the financial aid we can offer in your time of need.