Utah Dentist Financing Options

Quality dental care doesn’t have to be expensive. Our goal at Felt Family Dentistry is to make dental health a financial possibility for all of our patients, regardless of age, income, and dental needs. You should never have to sacrifice a healthy, attractive smile because of concerns about a treatment’s cost. We offer affordable fees and a variety of convenient payment options that fit every budget.

We Accept:

We accept all forms of payment, including cash, check, Visa, MasterCard, Discover, and American Express.

American Express

We also gladly accept payment plans through CareCredit, which lets you finance 100% of your dental treatment with no up-front costs, annual fees, or pre-payment penalties. With a full range of payment plans, you’re sure to find one that works well for you and your family. Call our office for details or apply online now.

Care Credit

Insurance Plans

We are preferred providers with the following plans. Because many companies contract with one of the larger insurance companies and may not appear on your insurance card or information, we may still be a provider even if you don’t see your company on this list. If your insurance company does not appear on this list, check with it to see if we are an approved provider within your network. We look forward to treating you.

Blue Cross Blue Shield Association
Value Care
United Concordia
Met Life
Emi Health
Select Health
Delta Dental

About Dental Insurance

Insurance can be a complicated and mind-boggling thing. Dealing with it and trying to understand it may be worse than the actual dental experience (we know, wishful thinking). The purpose of this section is to hopefully make it easier to understand the basics and let you know how we can help with the headache.

Being a provider for your insurance company means that we have negotiated with the company a discount off of our regular fees. This benefit comes as a result of the premiums you pay each month to the insurance company. Also, your insurer, whether that be your employer or yourself, negotiates percentages that the insurance company pays for certain types of procedures. For instance, for routine cleanings and X-rays, many insurance companies pay 100% of the agreed-upon fee because it is considered preventive. For procedures such as fillings or extractions, your insurance may cover just 80%, and for more involved procedures like crowns, bridges, and dentures it may only pay 50%. What this means is that your insurance company pays a portion of the discounted fee and you are responsible for the remaining portion. Our office has no control over these percentages and contractually must honor them.

Where we can help is in submitting claims in a timely manner (usually the sameday) and only requiring your portion at the time of service. We will then wait for the insurance company to pay its portion, keeping you from having to pay everything up front and waiting sometimes weeks or months to get reimbursed. Our goal is to make this confusing and sometimes frustrating process easy and efficient.

Another way we try to help is by calling your insurance company while you are here for your first visit and verifying that you do have coverage and what exactly your benefits include (you might be surprised how often there is a mistake with the insurance company or your employer’s HR department, which we can easily clear up). In this way we can give you accurate estimates for what your portion would be for any proposed treatment that day. Our front office staff is wonderful at answering your questions and helping you get the most out of your insurance.

If you have any questions regarding financing or insurance coverage, please contact us today.

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