We understand that quality care can come at a cost, which is why we accept financing options like CareCredit and LendingPoint. We offer low-interest financing and low minimum monthly payment options, so you can get what you need, when you need it, with a simple approval process.
The GreenSky Patient Solutions® Program makes it possible for you to receive the healthcare treatments and services you want and need without delay. The Program offers flexible financing for treatments and procedures not covered by insurance, or to cover your deductibles.
CareCredit allows for you to be able to make manageable monthly installments to fit your budget that can be broken up over 12 months without interest. Other options include breaking payments up over 18 or 24 months with a small interest fee and is accepted at most dental, medical, and veterinary clinics.
LendingClub has been shown to be featured regularly in top consumer finance publications and blogs. As an applicant, you can see all the amounts, monthly payments, and interest rates you prequalify for, with no impact to your credit until you’ve selected a plan and move forward. Payments can be divided up to 60 months for treatment and up to 84 months for select plans.
If you’re looking for a payment plan to help you get started with orthodontic treatment, Invisalign is now offering a payment plan through LendingPoint which allows for you to break your payments up over 60 months so you can get started today!
SouthEnd Dentistry accepts all forms of insurance. For patients in-network, we make billing as simple as possible. For those out of network, we’ll file your claim with your insurer so you are reimbursed properly. Please call or email us today if you have any questions about our policies.
Frequently Asked Questions
How long do appointments usually run?
We recommend scheduling 1.5 to 2 hours for your first appointment. After that, routine visits usually take less time.
Will I need an x-ray?
In order to address dental irregularities early and safely, Dr. Picot uses minimal exposure x-ray technology. Even if you have already taken x-rays at a previous practice, in order to fully ensure the quality of our service, we’d need to take our own.
During your new patient exam, we’ll take a series of photos to aid in our diagnosis. We’ll be sure to show you the images so you can understand the full scope of our findings. We may use these photos for other educational efforts but will not publish them without your consent.
How many times each year should I expect to visit?
If all is going well, visiting us twice each year helps keep it that way. If you are in need of a more advanced procedure, your number of recommended visits may increase.
If I have a dental emergency, who should I call?
If you have lost a tooth, filling or crown and need immediate assistance, give us a call and we will try to fit you in as soon as possible. If you have a traumatic injury, we recommend visiting the ER as soon as possible.