Dentist Fee and Dental Cost
Dentist cost in Vancouver varies depending on type of dental treatment you receive. Also depending on your dental insurance coverage, you may not need to pay any if your insurance covers at 100%. Every year, British Columbia Dental association publish a recommended fee guide which is followed by most dental insurance companies. There are over 1400 codes and procedures and while not all dentists follow these codes and are free to charge more than recommended fee guide, our dental office in Vancouver follow this fee guide to keep the cost of dental treatment to our patients affordable.
Dental Insurance Coverage
While we use state of the art technology and offer the best quality dentistry to our patients, we have Direct Billing setup with most Dental Insurance companies so you do not have to send claims to your insurance company or wait for payments. As a complimentary service, we do all the paper works for you. Patients are responsible only for any deductible, co-payment or any amount not covered by their plan.
The followings are the list of some dental insurance companies that we have direct electronic billing with them;
- Pacific Blue Cross
- Atlantic Blue Cross
- Medavie Blue Cross
- Manufacturer Life
- Green Shield
- Claim Secure
- Empire Life
- Great West Life
- Equitable Life
- Chambers of Commerce
- Standard Life
… and many more.
Student Dental Plans
We have direct billing set up with UBC and SFU students plans offered by UBC, SFU and many other institutions .
Dental Financing and Payment Plans
WE offer short and long term financing for any dental treat you receive in our office. We understand some dental treatments are costly and the cost should not be a barrier when it comes to your health. For some operations such as Implants , Braces or Invisalign, our office provides no interest financing. For all other dental treatments, we can refer you to a third party financing company along with a treatment plan to approve you for financing up to 60 months.
We accept cash, Interac, Visa and Master card.
If you are collecting points on your credit card, you may choose to pay by credit card and to get reimbursed by your insurance company.