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Cost of Dental Emergencies – Hillsboro, OR

Affordable & Hassle-Free Dental Emergency Care

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The stress of dealing with a dental emergency is overwhelming enough as it is without having to also worry about paying for your treatment. At Infinity Dental Care, not only are we in-network provider with dozens of insurance companies, but we’re also committed to doing everything we can to help our patients have a hassle-free and smooth experience. If our patients need urgent dental care, the last factor that we want them to be considering is the cost. Our team is happy to answer any questions or concerns that you have so you can repair your smile without having to worry.

Why Choose Infinity Dental Care For Emergency Dentistry?

What Factors Influence The Cost of an Emergency Visit?

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There are several factors that can influence the cost of your emergency appointment. After we examine your X-rays and conduct a visual inspection of your mouth, we’ll discuss each of the following with you:

Based on these unique details, we’ll develop a treatment plan that will fix the current problem as well as prevent additional issues from forming down the road. Feel free to ask us any questions that you may have after our inspection of your mouth.

Different Payment Options Make Emergency Care Easy

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At Infinity Dental Care, we hope to give our patients plenty of financing and payment options so they don’t have to worry about their appointment causing them financial hardship. That’s why we’re a proud in-network provider for dozens of insurance plans, including Aetna, BlueCross/BlueShield, and Cigna, to name just a few. We also gladly work with CareCredit so patients can create easy and manageable payment plans with little to no interest. If you have any questions about how to pay for your treatment or would like us to help you find out if your procedure will be covered by your insurance, don’t hesitate to ask!

Scheduling Your Appointment Before It’s Too Late

Some patients consider putting off their dental emergency appointment to see if their pain will subside on its own. However, this often only results in additional discomfort and damage to your mouth. Although you may consider doing this in an effort to save money on treatment, it will likely cost more, because the issue you face will require a more invasive procedure the longer that it’s left to develop.

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