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Choose from a Variety of Payment Options in Edgewood, KY

We never want our patients to feel like a healthy, beautiful smile is out of reach because of the costs of high-quality dental care. That’s why we’re committed to making your dental treatment as affordable as possible with our payment options at Edgewood Dental Care.

Whether you need preventive, corrective, or cosmetic dental treatment in our Edgewood, KY practice, you can choose from a variety of flexible options to suit your needs:

  • No-Interest Financing – Pay using one of our two outside lenders, which offer interest-free payment plans!
  • Dental Insurance – We’re happy to process any traditional insurance claims for you! We accept several insurance plans, including Delta Dental Premier, Cigna, and Dental Care Plus.
  • In-House Dental Savings Plan – All patients have the option to pay for treatment using our in-house dental savings plan, which requires no preliminary exams, deductibles, or limits. With a low annual fee of just $267, all your preventive services are covered, and you receive a 15 percent discount on corrective or cosmetic services, too.
  • Cash or Card – We accept cash, checks, and debit cards, as well as Visa, Discover, American Express, and Mastercard credit cards.

If you have any questions about our Edgewood, KY payment options, call us at 859-474-7830 today.

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