PLAINVIEW DENTAL PLLC

Payment Options & Financing

Payment is expected at time of service. We offer several payment options:

Plainview Dental offers many payment options and financing for treatment.

Cash or Personal Check

Credit Cards

We accept MasterCard, Visa, Discover and American Express.

CareCredit

Patient Financing Payment Plans (interest free for 12 months) are available through CareCredit for some treatment plans - ask for details. In addition, other options from CareCredit are available for the remaining treatment plans. Please feel free to discuss these payment options with our staff.

Insurance

We are happy to bill your insurance provider for any procedure you have in our office. Please bring your insurance card with you to your first visit, or let our staff know if your insurance carrier has changed.

If you are new to our practice or need to update your insurance information please download and complete the form on the right. Please fax it to us or bring it in before your appointment. If you have any questions or concerns about privacy, or prefer to give sensitive information directly to our staff, please do not hesitate to call our office. We will then contact the insurance company to get details about your coverage before your come in.

Most often your insurance will not cover the total cost of your dental care. Many plans have a co-insurance, a deductible and certain other expenses which must be paid by the patient at the time that services are rendered. Please note that these are insurance company rules, not ours.

If you have any questions about your Insurance Plan or payment options, please call our staff at (516) 753-1776.

Healthy Teeth

Regular Check-ups

Our licensed dental hygienistís follow the American Dental Associationís recommendation that patients receive a cleaning and check-up every six months.

Oral Hygiene

The American Dental Association (ADA) recommends you brush your teeth twice daily with an ADA approved fluoride toothpaste and floss your teeth to remove plaque and food particles from between your teeth and under your gum line. What many of us donít realize is that good oral health practices are as important as what we put in our mouth.

Nutrition and Good Oral Health

The ADA recognizes the link between good oral health and good nutrition. With so many of us, and our children, consuming record numbers of sugar-filled sodas, sweetened fruit drinks, and non-nutritious snack foods, tooth decay is on the rise. When plaque comes into contact with sugar or starch in the mouth, acid is produced, which attacks the teeth for 20 minutes or more. This can eventually result in tooth decay

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