Financing & Insurance InformationLearn more about the insurance policies we accept, as well as financial support available to you.
Bender Dental Care in Elgin works with most PPO dental plans including:
- Delta Dental
- Metlife…And many more
Our fee-for-service dental practice means there are no hidden fees, and you’ll know exactly what to expect on each and every treatment plan. We coordinate with your insurance company to maximize the coverage that you already have, so that you spend less out of pocket for your dental care.
We offer a variety of financing options to help you get the dental treatment that you need and deserve. We have prepay options that actually reduce the total cost of your dental treatment. We have interest free options that give you up to a year to pay your dental expenses without having to pay them all up front. We have extended financial options that will give you all the time you need to handle your dental expenses. You can also simply pay for your procedures at the conclusion of each appointment.
In addition to accepting major credit cards, our Elgin family dental office works with CareCredit to provide affordable financing options for all of your dental care needs.
Whether or not you carry dental insurance, we understand that sometimes it may be difficult to catch up on all of your oral health needs at once. Unfortunately, putting those needs of any longer could result in your oral health becoming even worse. To help – we’ve partnered with CareCredit.
CareCredit financing allows our patients to enjoy:
- Low monthly payments
- 0% Interest Options Available
- $250-$1,000 6mo 0% Interest
- $1,000-$5,000 12mo 0% Interest
- Extended payment plans also available!
At Bender Dental Care we give our patients honest recommendations that we would want for our own families. That means providing you with options for your oral health services – not just telling you what you need. With CareCredit it’s easier to fit your dental needs into your monthly budget.
What Costs More: Finance Charges, or Putting Treatment Off?
Even if you have to pay finance charges, the cost of the finance charges can be hundreds to thousands of dollars less than putting off your dental treatment and having the dental conditions worsen over time. You want to pick the option that allows you to get your dental treatment done in the shortest amount of time possible, in order to prevent any of the dental conditions from getting worse and causing more damage to your teeth, gum and bone, ultimately costing you more in the future.
For affordable, family-oriented oral health care – contact Bender Dental Care today!