Michigan Cosmetic and Laser Dentistry is a fee-for-service office- therefore, payment is expected at the time of service. For the convenience of our patients we accept many forms of payments, including forms that make achieving optimal dental heath affordable:
Cash or Check
Of course, we accept cash, checks, and money orders for payment. You may also qualify for certain discounts, so don't forget to ask (just mention this notice from our website).
Financing Back to the Top
Now you don't have to save for years to finally get the smile you've always wanted.
Michigan Cosmetic and Laser Dentistry has teamed up with Care Credit Financing. This program offers a flexible monthly payment specifically designed for dentistry.
CareCredit for dental procedures
We’re pleased to offer our patients CareCredit, North America’s leader in patient payment plans. CareCredit lets you begin your treatment immediately – then pay for it over time with low monthly payments that fit easily into your monthly budget.
Your healthcare credit card.
CareCredit is the credit card exclusively for healthcare services. With no up-front costs and no pre-payment penalties, CareCredit lets you pay over time and frees up cash and credit cards for the other things you want or need. CareCredit offers low monthly payment plans for healthcare procedures not commonly covered by insurance, including dental treatments. Plus, you can use your card again and again to pay for additional treatment for yourself or family members in any CareCredit practice.
o Low minimum monthly payments
o No up-front costs, no pre-payment penalties
Learn more by visiting CareCredit.com or contacting our office.
Ready to apply? Apply online for your CareCredit card today.
Credit Cards Back to the Top
We accept all major credit cards, including:
Insurance Back to the Top
Most dental insurance plans are accepted at Michigan Cosmetic and Laser Dentistry and as a courtesy we will file claims on your behalf with your insurance company at no extra charge.
Understand that the information that we receive from the insurance companies is only a vague estimate. If you are unsure about your coverage, please contact your insurance company, as they are the most reliable source of information.
The American Dental Association has an informative Q&A section on Dental Insurance. Click *here* to read it.