We can work with you to find a treatment option that fits your budget and can help maximize any dental insurance benefits you may have.
For your convenience, we accept cash, check, Visa, MasterCard, American Express, and Discover. Payment is due at the time that service is rendered, unless other arrangements have been made in advance. If you have questions regarding your account, please contact us at 720-242-6803. Many times, a simple telephone call will clear any misunderstandings.
As a courtesy to our patients with dental insurance, we can submit claims to your insurance company and help you receive your maximum benefit. In order to do this, we need your insurance card and subscriber information.
Please keep in mind that dental insurance isn’t the same as medical insurance. Most plans only cover a percentage of certain dental procedures, and all plans have a yearly maximum (usually less than $1500 per year). Insurance plans may also have waiting periods for certain procedures and specific rules. One example of such a rule is a “missing tooth clause”, which means that if your tooth was missing prior to the start of your dental coverage, the insurance company will not cover procedures (denture, implant, etc.) to replace that tooth. The details of your plan are set by the dental insurance company and your employer, while our treatment recommendations are based on your dental health.
You are responsible for all fees charged regardless of your insurance coverage.
Trailhead Dental offers patient financing through 2 different third-party companies: Lending Club and Care Credit. These companies offer low or no interest plans that range from 6 to 84 months. We are happy to help you submit an application, and generally receive approval information in less than 15 minutes.
Our office treats a variety of patients whose care is at the intersection of medicine and dentistry, which may include patients with cancer, trauma, or syndromes that affect the head and neck. However, as a dental office we are not able to bill medical insurance, and our experience is that dental conditions are only covered by medical insurance in rare instances.