Dental Financing and Insurance
Affordable Dental Care in Jackson, CA
At Jackson Creek Dental Group, we want you and your family to have access to the best dental services available so you can enjoy your smiles for life. But we also realize the financial constraints families are under these days.
To help you achieve a comfortable balance, we accept a variety of insurance plans, have a team of coordinators ready to assist you with insurance claims, and even offer a variety of payment plans and options to meet your budget.
Our patient coordinators are highly trained and know how to navigate the confusing policies of dental insurance companies. If your treatment is not covered by insurance, they will assist you with financing options.
While we strive to avoid creating debt for you, emergency situations do occur. Our practice chooses not to carry accounts, but we do have outside financing options to provide credit lines for those who qualify.
At Jackson Creek Dental Group, we want to help you maximize the benefits of your insurance coverage. Our Patient Coordinators will help you complete and submit your insurance claims, expediting your reimbursement.
As a service to our patients, we are pleased to offer a full range of payment plans to meet every financing need. We participate with CareCredit and Springstone, two of the leading patient payment programs available. With CareCredit’s popular No Interest Payment Plans there are no interest charges if the balance is paid in full within the specified time period. Or, if you prefer an even lower monthly payment, you can choose the low interest, Extended Payment Plans by CareCredit. Contact our office for more details.
Direct Reimbursement is an employer self-funded program that reimburses an individual based on a percentage of dollars spent for dental care, not on the type of treatment provided, decided by an insurance company. It allows patients to seek treatment from the dentist of their choice, NOT the insurance company. You pay your dental bill, your employer reimburses you based on the amount your EMPLOYER decides (again, NOT the insurance company). Every dental benefit dollar goes for your dentistry, NOT profit and overhead of an insurance company.