Payment Options & Financing
We offer a number of payment options and financing plans to help our patients afford the treatment they need. Making an investment in your dental health can be an important part of maintaining your overall health!
For Patients with Insurance
Christie Dental accepts most insurance plans, yet they may vary by office. For a list of the insurance plans we accept, please view our Participating Insurance Plans page or the Location page of your local office. If you cannot find your plan, or if you’re not sure if your office will accept your plan, give your local office a call to verify. There may be a payment (copayment or estimated patient portion) due at your appointment (date of service) based on your insurance plan. The patient’s final financial responsibility can only be determined by the patient’s insurance company and may be different from the payment collected on the date of service.
For Patients without Insurance
Payment is due in full on the date of service. Payment options include:
- Cash and personal check
- Debit or credit card – Visa, MasterCard, Discover, American Express
- Wells Fargo Health Advantage® credit card
- Care Credit Health Finance Plan
We also offer other financing options to make dental care more affordable.
For dental services not covered by insurance, ask us about our cash discount when you call to schedule your appointment. To qualify, payment is due in full on the date of service with no other outstanding balances.
The Wells Fargo Health Advantage® Credit Card program can help you spread out the cost of your treatment. The Wells Fargo Health Advantage® credit card is issued with approved credit by Wells Fargo Bank, N.A.
For more information, check out the following link: https://retailservices.wellsfargo.com/wfha_patient.html
Care Credit Health Finance Plan - If you qualify, The Care Credit Health Finance Plan has financing available to help make healthcare more affordable. For more information check out the website here: //www.carecredit.com/
In the event of non-payment, the patient is responsible for any collection and/or legal fees associated with the collection of balance due. The collection fee is 25% of the total balance.