Dentistry Is Our Profession, But People Are Our FocusChalfont, PA
We are committed to making sure that you understand your treatment options and associated fees so you can best choose a course of action that is right for you before you incur the cost of treatment. Following a thorough examination, we will work together to establish a personalized treatment plan and will include an estimate of associated costs.
Our office is committed to helping you understand and maximize your dental benefits. We bill to most insurance carriers and we are also a Delta Dental PPO participating dentist. We accept most insurance plans, however, we DO NOT PARTICIPATE IN ANY HMO PLAN. Because insurance company policies vary, we can only estimate your coverage in good faith but cannot guarantee coverage due to the complexities of insurance contracts. We ask that your estimated patient portion be paid at the time of service. We will gladly bill insurance companies for services for your convenience. If you have any questions, our courteous staff is always available to answer them.
No Insurance? No Problem!
We have noticed lately in our practice that many local families cannot afford dental insurance or dental checkups for their families. This had us thinking that there has to be a way for us to offer patients with NO dental insurance a way to save money while still receiving excellent dental care. For this reason, we have created our In Office Dental Assistance Savings Plan. With this plan there are NO DEDUCTIBLES, NO YEARLY MAXIMUMS, AND NO WAITING PERIODS to begin treatment.
Chalfont Dental Care offers two In Office Dental Assistance Savings Plans:
Please feel free to call us with any questions that you may have.
To accommodate all of your financial obligations, we accept a variety of payment methods for your dental treatment. Let us work with you to choose a financial option that fits best with your personal budget.
Cash and Check
We accept cash and checks. We offer a pre-payment courtesy if you pay in full with cash or by check for treatment totals which exceed $1000.00. We apologize that we cannot offer a pre-payment or senior courtesy when paying by credit card, CareCredit® or when using a contracted insurance plan such as Delta Dental PPO.
We accept Visa, MasterCard and Discover. We apologize that we cannot offer a senior courtesy when paying by credit card, CareCredit® or when using a contracted insurance plan such as Delta Dental PPO.
Low Monthly Payment Plans
We work with a financial partner: CareCredit®, which offers no interest and low-interest payment plans with small finance fees for up to 60 months. We apologize that we cannot offer a senior courtesy when paying by credit card, CareCredit® or when using a contracted insurance plan such as Delta Dental PPO.
We offer a 10% senior courtesy on all treatment. Patients eligible for more than one courtesy will be limited to 10%. We apologize that we cannot offer a senior courtesy when using CareCredit® or a contracted insurance plan such as Delta Dental PPO.
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