Smile Saver Plan
NO Insurance? Ask about our Smile Saver Plan!
For our patients without insurance, we are excited to offer our in-house dental savings plan.
This plan is designed to provide affordability and easy access to quality dental care.
- NO Annual Maximums
- NO Deductibles
- NO Claim Forms
- NO Pre-Authorizations
- NO Guessing What Insurance Will Pay
- NO Waiting Periods
Call for more details: 256-660-3233.
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