Thank you for completing the request an appointment form on our website. We have received your information. A Customer Care Representative will contact you within 24 hours. If you need to speak with us right away, please give us a call at 844-616-5437. We look forward to speaking with you soon.

Kind Regards,
The Kids Care Dental & Orthodontics Family

INSURANCE PLANS ACCEPTED:

Kids Care Dental & Orthodontics accepts all major PPO insurance plans. We will work with you to estimate your dental benefits, submit insurance claims electronically on your behalf, and assist you in obtaining reimbursement from your employer-sponsored flexible spending program, if applicable.

Here is a list of some of the most common PPO insurance plans we take:

Delta
Metlife
Aetna
Cigna
Principal
Anthem
Dental Benefit Providers
Premier Access
Lincoln Financial
United Healthcare

This is not an extensive list, as we accept all major PPO plans. Give us a call at 844-616-5437 and we’d be happy to speak with you about your plan.


REGULAR DENTAL VISITS:

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Kids Care Dental & Orthodontics strives to make your long-term investment in your family’s smiles affordable. KCD&O is a preferred provider of almost every PPO plan. For a complete list of the types of insurance we accept, please contact us or give us a call at 844-616-5437.

 


ORTHO FINANCING:

Flexible Payments:

After your free consultation we will prepare a cost estimate for the recommended treatment, estimate your insurance benefit, and help arrange any financing you may need.

We accept all major credit cards, health savings account (HSA) cards, and personal checks.

Financing Options:

Choose from several financing options that offer economical monthly payments, even for those with credit challenges. 0% interest and low interest programs are available for those who qualify. 

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