Affording Smiles.

You’re making an excellent investment in your medical and emotional well-being as you proceed with dental treatment at LifeSMILES compelete health dentistry. Financial considerations should not be an obstacle to obtaining this important health service. Being sensitive to the fact that different people have different needs in fulfilling their financial obligations, we are providing you the following payment options. You deserve quality care, and our fees reflect our commitment to that quality and to you.

    OPTION 1 – Payment in Full

Provide payment for your treatment by cash or check. 
Make the full payment by Visa, MasterCard or Discover, in the office, before or at the time of your treatment. You may also make payments prior to your appointment, using our on-line payment option. Setup your on-line account now.


No interest on your balance if paid in-FULL within 6 or 12 months through CareCredit.
Minimum balance required for term, see for details.

    OPTION 3 - Extended payment plans, OUTSIDE FINANCING.

Apply for monthly payment options extended longer than 12 months in amounts of $2,000 to $40,000, with interest, through LendingClub.
LendingClub patient solutions covers up to 100% of treatment after a quick credit review. It’s free to apply and there’s no annual fee.

    Insurance is filed as a courtesy

For patients who have insurance, we are happy to assist in processing insurance claims to maximize those benefits.

While dental benefits are designed to help offset the cost of dental care, it’s important to note that benefit estimates and pre-authorizations are not a guarantee from the insurance company.

We ask patients to note that a dental benefit policy is a contract between you and/or your employer and the insurance company, and the team at LifeSMILES complete health dentistry is not a party to the intricate details of such agreements or contracts.

Regardless of dental benefit coverage, financial arrangements between each patient and LifeSMILES complete health dentistry will ultimately be the patients’ responsibility. If, for any reason, the estimated amount is not paid by the insurance company within 90 days, it becomes the patients’ commitment.