Investing into predictable, long lasting dental treatment is one way to make your hard earned dollars work for you over the long term. Having to constantly replace cheap, shoddy dental work will cost you much more in the long run.
Sadly, the cost is not only financial. The cost in time, pain, psychological distress and most importantly health may be more devastating
You deserve the best dental treatment. The cheapest dental care may not be a bargain in the long term. After all, it is your health you are investing in and you get what you pay for. That is why, at L.I. Center for Healthier Dentistry, we are committed to providing you with excellent dental care and service. And we make it affordable.
We will work with any dental Iinsurance company. As a free service our dedicated iInsurance Coordinator we will file all of your insurance paperwork for you. Whenever possible we will submit your claims electronically for fast reimbursement. As a free service to you, we will file the paperwork involved in obtaining payment from your insurance company. Most claims are paid within 2-3 weeks. In addition, we will gladly write letters to your insurance company on your behalf and fight to obtain as much insurance benefits as you are entitled to.
We offer a variety of payment options:
- Cash and personal checks
- Most major Credit Cards accepted
- 10% fee reduction on pre-payment of comprehensive treatment plans
Finance your dentistry with our long term monthly Payment Plan provided by Care Credit or Citibank Health
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