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Cheap Dentists in Oregon
Looking for cheaper, quality dental care in Oregon? You found it! You can get discounts at dentists and dental specialists. So, whether you need treatment for a toothache, or you’re ready to get your whole smile back in shape, now you can afford to see a dentist and get the treatment you need.
Dental savings plans are accepted by dentists throughout Oregon. To find dentists near you enter your zip code into the dentist finder search tool. Then click “Search for Dentists” to see which Oregon dentists accept what dental savings plan.
What kinds of Oregon dentists accept dental savings plans?
Many general dentists in Oregon accept dental savings plans. If you want to see a particular dentist, you can use the search tool to see what plans he or she accepts.
For dental specialists, it depends on the plan you choose. Many plans include savings at specialty dental care, so you can find dental savings plans that help you save at:
Endodontists: these dentists treat diseases of the dental pulp, with procedures like root canals.
Oral Surgeons: These surgeons handle complicated tooth extractions (like impacted wisdom teeth) and also perform bone grafting and may place dental implants.
Periodontists: If you need treatments for severe or persistent gum disease, such as deep cleanings, you might choose to see a periodontist.
Pediatric Dentists: Pediatric dentists provide dental care for infants and children.
Orthodontists: These specialists fix misaligned bites, and other conditions that keep your teeth from fitting together properly. You might see an orthodontist if you need braces.
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Frequently Asked Dental Questions
Dental savings plans for residents of Oregon start at $79.95. Prices vary depending on the plan you choose. You can use your plan to save 10%-60% at any of the 100,000+ participating dentists in a nationwide network (yes, you can save on dentists outside of Oregon too – great if you’re travelling or have kids at out of school states).
Dental savings plans are affordable alternative to dental insurance, designed to help Oregon residents save on all their dental care – especially those expensive treatments that you probably need if you haven’t seen the dentist in a few years. So many of us put off getting dental care until we have a mouthful of problems that will take a lot of money to fix. And dental insurance doesn’t help, once you have broken, missing or fragile teeth. You need another solution. You need a dental savings plan.
With a dental savings plan, you don’t have to wait before you can access discounted dental treatments. You start saving as soon as your plan activates – within 24-72 hours, depending on the plan you choose.
There are no annual spending limits either. Dental insurance typically has a maximum of $1,000-$1,500 – about the cost of one root canal and crown! Happily, you can use your dental savings plan as often as you want, at any participating dentist or dental specialist in Oregon.
With so many choices, you’re sure to find the plan that provides the discounts you want, at a price that fits your budget. And if your dental care needs change during your membership, talk to us – we can check to see if you can save more with another plan and if so, we’ll be happy to transfer you to that plan. Plus, our 30-Day Money Back Guarantee assures that you’ll be satisfied with your plan and dental savings!
Ready to save on dental care in Oregon? Join now, it’s easy! And if you have questions about the plans you’re considering, call us today! We are always happy to assist you.
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