At Tennison Orthodontics, we:
- Offer customizable no-interest monthly payment plans
- Can automatically deduct payments via your debit or credit card, Health Savings Account (HSA) or Flexible Spending Account (FSA)
- Will file on any insurance plan
- Accept cash, check, and all major credit cards
- If you have orthodontic insurance, you will receive the advantage of even lower monthly payments. Many orthodontic policies have a lifetime benefit that is separate from your regular dental benefits. Our in-house insurance coordinator will verify any orthodontic benefits you may have, file the necessary claims, and work to make sure you are able to take full advantage of the benefits offered by your plan. Should you have any questions regarding your insurance, please let us know.
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