Your Payment & Financing Options
Replacing your missing teeth with dental implants will improve your health and boost your self-confidence. Imagine eating again without pain and smiling without worry. At Stovall Dental, we can make that happen.
Financing Your Dental Implants
Making Your Benefits Work for You
We accept all dental plans and our staff is trained to help you get the most out of your insurance benefits. Every provider is different and the portion of your treatment they cover will vary, but we can file your claim for you and go over your payment options.
You can contact your insurance company to determine your level of coverage. If you have any additional questions, we’ll be happy to help. That’s what we’re here for.
Frequently Asked Questions
How do you pay using CareCredit?
While we accept CareCredit at our office, if you’re planning on using it anywhere else, check that the provider accepts CareCredit. Then, enter your billing information and choose a financing plan. You’ll review that the information is correct and click submit.
There’s flexibility when you pay with CareCredit. You can pay for a portion of the treatment yourself and tack on any added expenses to the credit card. You’ll receive your first billing statement 30 days after you use your card.
What does CareCredit cover?
CareCredit is accepted by over 200,000 providers nationwide. You can use it to pay for any additional expenses that aren’t covered by insurance including dental services, cosmetic and dermatology treatments, LASIK, and veterinary expenses.
Your family members can be added as authorized users to the account to help pay for the entire family’s expenses. Search for participating providers with this helpful online tool.
Is CareCredit a Visa?
No, CareCredit is its own brand. Unlike a traditional credit card, you can only use it to pay for health-related expenses. If you’re interested in applying for CareCredit, you can apply online 24 hours a day, or by calling (800) 677-0718. Once you’ve been approved, you can begin using your card right away.
Does CareCredit build your credit?
As with any hard inquiry, you’ll first see a dip in your credit score, however, this should drop off within two years. Then, if you stay on top of your monthly payments, you may also see your credit score rise.