Dental treatment costs – Questions and Answers

How much are the dentist fees?

Our fees depend on the dental needs, materials involved and the type of the treatment. It is nearly impossible to accurately quote the fees over the phone or on our website.

At Bronte Road Family Dental, we offer a complimentary consultation with the dentist who will assess your situation, review different options and give an accurate fee according to your dental needs.

Do I pay taxes on top of the dental fees?

No, all dental services are tax exempt.

Do you accept my dental insurance?

For your convenience we accept most dental insurance plans. If you have questions regarding your insurance, please contact us at 9054650026. Many times, a simple telephone call will clear up any misunderstandings.

Do I need to pay if I have a dental insurance benefits?

We can contact the insurance company on your behalf to clarify your dental plan and work hand-to-hand with you to explain your benefits. We can also bill your insurance company directly  However, it is patient’s responsibility for any procedure not covered by the insurance company. All financial arrangements will be clear before the treatment. We are happy to provide patients with options to suit them as best as possible.

Dental insurance plans are not designed to match patient’s dental needs. Think about insurance coverage as a prepaid plan for certain procedures. We understand that families must operate on budget but we will be committed on providing you with multiple options for each treatment along side with explanation of alternatives, benefits, risks and cost involved.

What type of payment methods do you accept?

We also accept Visa, MasterCard and Debit Cards. Sorry, we do not accept personal cheques.  Our office offer monthly payment plans if you don’t have dental insurance.

I don’t have a dental insurance, what are my options?

We accept cash, interact, mastercard and visa cards. We  also offer payment plan for qualified clients with 0 % interest. We also offer discounts for seniors.

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