No Insurance? No Worries.
Powell Family Dental Savings Plan
Our dental savings plan provides a budget-friendly and flexible alternative to expensive dental insurance so you can receive quality dental care at an affordable price.
Dental Savings Plan Benefits
- No yearly maximums
- No deductibles
- No filling out claim forms
- No preauthorization to receive treatment
- No limitations based on pre-existing conditions
- No waiting periods
- No one is denied
Dental Savings Plan Coverage
$167 / Adult — $117 / Child
- 50% off x-rays (bitewing and panoramic)
- 50% off all exams
- 30% off regular cleanings
- 20% off tooth fillings and core build ups
- 20% off nitrous oxide (laughing gas)
- 15% off most major dental procedures (root canals, crowns, bridges, implants, dentures, extractions, and deep cleanings)
- 10% off wisdom tooth removal
What forms of payment are accepted?
All forms of credit and debit cards including Visa, Mastercard, Discover and American Express.
When can I start using my membership?
Your membership is effective immediately!
How do I schedule my preventative care?
Simply contact our office and setup an appointment for yourself or your family members.Contact Us
How can I use my member exclusive discount for treatment?
Simply schedule an appointment with our office and be sure to tell us you’re a member. When you arrive, we’ll make sure your membership is current and you will be eligible for instant savings off our regular fees.
Can I add members to my account?
Absolutely! Your entire family can join.
Can I transfer my membership to another dentist?
Your membership is solely with our office and as such is non-transferrable.
If I cancel, can I get a refund on my membership?
No. Refunds will not be provided for dues paid under any circumstances, including failure to schedule and maintain appointments.
Are there any exclusions or limitations?
Yes. The membership cannot be used: in conjunction with another dental plan, including CareCredit; for referrals to specialists; for hospitalization or hospital charges of any kind; for cost of dental care that would be covered under automobile medical claims; for services or injuries covered under workers compensation; for treatment which, in the sole opinion of the treating dentist, lies outside the realm of their capability; for treatment covered by any insurance plan: dental, medical, or worker’s compensation; for Invisalign treatment, in-office whitening, cosmetic treatment; or dental products such as toothbrush.