Smile Savings Plan!Irving, TX
No dental insurance? No problem! We understand that not everyone has the insurance coverage they need when they need it. So, we provide an option for patients with limited or no insurance coverage.
Benefits of the Smiles Savings Plan include:
- Free periodic doctor’s exams and X-rays
- $59 Regular teeth cleanings
- $750-$825 Crown & build-up
- $400-$600 Root canal treatments
- $75-$150 Tooth-colored fillings
- $125-$175 Tooth extractions
- $199 In-office teeth-whitening with Pola
Our Smiles Savings Plan isn’t dental insurance, but rather a way for all patients to receive high-quality dental care at a discounted rate. Also, enrolling is easy! We take care of everything, so there are:
- No claim forms to submit
- No deductibles
- No waiting periods to see your dentist
- No annual maximums
- And no hidden fees
Plans start at $99 per year for an individual patient, and only $49 for each additional family member. To learn how you can sign up, call our Irving or Grand Prairie office today.
Dr. Kalpesh Patel and the talented staff at Active Dental believe when you live healthy, you smile healthy, and we make every patient feel as though they are family. We want you to look forward to visiting our office. In addition to the highly-personalized treatment we provide, our office is also packed with amenities (like Netflix during your treatment!) and is designed with a strong focus on patient comfort. To schedule an appointment with Dr. Patel, call Active Dental at 972-534-6024. We also proudly welcome patients who come from Coppell, Valley Ranch, Las Colinas, Irving, and all surrounding communities.
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