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McCall Family Dentistry
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What types of dental insurance do you accept?

We accept a number of different dental insurances, including most major plans. We are happy to review your coverage and check that your insurance will pay for treatment at our practice.

We always want our patients to receive as much financial help as possible from their insurance, so we’re happy to file claims on your behalf. We understand that dental benefits can be confusing and sometimes it's hard to understand your coverage. For this reason, our staff is always available to review your benefits with you and help you navigate and maximize them.

Besides cash, checks, and credit cards, we also accept payment through CareCredit, which can help patients break their treatment costs into affordable monthly payments. CareCredit even offers plans that are interest free for qualifying patients. Our staff can help you apply for CareCredit in our office, or you can apply at home online. You'll receive a quick decision so you can make the right choices about your dental care.

For those without dental insurance, we have an in-office membership plan to help ease the cost of common dental procedures. With one low membership payment per year, you'll receive discounts on some of our common dental procedures that will greatly reduce your out-of-pocket cost for care.

Our goal is to make high-quality dentistry accessible to all of our patients.

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The team at McCall Family Dentistry is pleased to announce that our office is re-opening on June 1st. If you had an appointment scheduled March 13th – May 31st, we will call you shortly to reschedule your appointment. We have modified our office hours, so please be patient as we try to accommodate all appointment requests. Stay well and we look forward to seeing you soon!  

Our office follows infection control recommendations made by the American Dental Association (ADA), the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) and the Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA). We follow the activities of these agencies so that we are up-to-date on any new rulings or guidance that may be issues. We do this to make sure that our infection control procedures are current and adhere to each agencies’ recommendations.