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Cost of Dental Emergencies – Daytona Beach, FL

Emergency Care That You Can Afford

A young man with dental pain before emergency dentistry

When you suffer a bad fall that cracks a tooth or wake up with a toothache that simply won’t go away, is your first thought regarding how you plan to pay for it? At Lakeside Daytona Dentist, we want you to feel confident knowing that you have a place in Daytona Beach, FL to call your dental home for treating dental emergencies, not anxious or afraid to seek treatment simply because of costs. After all, you need to focus on getting better more than anything else. Since dental emergencies can vary dramatically based on the issue, we encourage you to read more about financing this type of treatment and which factors can affect the total cost the most. Our helpful staff is always prepared to walk you through your payment options and help you build a plan that fits your budget to cover the cost of dental emergencies in our Daytona Beach, FL dental office. Call us today to ask us any questions or get a dental emergency handled!

What Can Influence the Cost of Care the Most?

Dental employee explaining cost of emergency dentistry

It’s no surprise that your emergency visit is going to cost more overall than a routine exam and cleaning. However, these factors can also influence the total price:

Why Should You Visit Now, Rather Than Later?

Dentist explaining cost of dental emergencies in Daytona Beach, FL

It’s very difficult to know what a dental emergency will cost until it gets looked at by a dentist. Either Dr. Silva or Dr. Gonzalez will closely examine your dental issue and be able to determine what needs to be done from there. Depending on what you need, you can expect differing levels of coverage from your dental insurance plan (i.e. 50 percent vs. 70 to 80 percent coverage.)

At the end of the day, the last thing you should do is assume that your dental issue will get better on its own because it’s more than likely that it will not. In fact, the issue can get much worse the longer it goes untreated. We’ll help you remain as stress-free as possible, both when it comes to treating and paying for your dental emergency.

Financial Options to Consider

A person using a calculator to determine emergency dental care costs

While our dental office is glad to be in-network with many major dental insurance providers, including Aetna, Ameritas, Cigna, Delta Dental, Dentemax, GEHA Dental Plans, Guardian, Humana Dental, Metlife, Mutual of Omaha, PPO, Principal Financial Group, United Concordia, and United Health Care, we offer additional financial options as well.

For example, we offer an in-house dental plan that gives you access to discounts on many other services. We also provide monthly financing options like CareCredit and Lending Club, two options that make paying for treatments easier and typically with little to zero interest attached!