Financial Arrangements

We offer a variety of methods to assist you.


At Children's Dental Village, we believe that surprises can be fun and exciting, but not when it comes to your dental insurance.  If your employer offers dental insurance, consider yourself fortunate.  This benefit works like a valuable "coupon" that can reduce the costs of your child's dental care.  

What you actually get from your dental plan depends on what your employer negotiated with the insurance company.  No dental benefit plan is set up to cover all of your's designed to help share in your dental costs.  

We may be able to help explain dental plan issues with you.  However, we may not be able to answer specific questions about your plan or predict what your child's level of coverage will be. This is because plans offered by the same employer or written by the same third-party payer (insurance company) can vary according to the contracts involved.  

You may find the ADA link below helpful in learning more about the many ways in which dental plans are designed and how reimbursement levels are determined in order to better understand how your plan coverage works.  

 The American Dental Assocation presents "Understanding Your Insurance"


We accept all major credit cards, cash and checks at the time services are rendered. If you desire other financial arrangements, we are happy to create a payment plan with you upon approved credit.

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Beginning Thursday, March 19th and continuing until further notice, Children’s Dental Village will be incorporating restrictions on non-essential and non-emergent patient care. If your child is currently scheduled for a routine cleaning, a member of our team will reach out to you to reschedule.

We do not take this decision lightly and want to reassure our families thatwe will be available for all dental emergencies as always. If your child is experiencing a dental emergency please call the office and follow the prompts to be connected with the doctor on call.

We regret that we must restrict our patient care, but are serving our patients in the safest manner possible by following the advice of the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention under these difficult circumstances. In doing so, we will safeguard the health and safety of our patients, our care providers, and the whole community. We hope you understand, and we thank you for your cooperation.