Dentist in Magnolia
6519 FM 1488, Suite 505
Magnolia, TX 77354
832-521-8448

Dental Care that Fits Your Budget

Financial At Serenity Dental, we want to make sure that everyone has access to quality dental care, regardless of their budget. Our practice is insurance friendly, in addition to accepting cash and most major credit cards. Credit Cards Accepted

Dental Insurance

Insurance can be confusing, so our team is trained to take care of filing and tracking your claims so you don’t have to! To help us ensure that we’re giving you an accurate estimate and properly filing your claims, please be sure to bring your insurance card with you to each visit.

In addition to most PPO plans, we also accept FSAs and HSAs, as well as CHIP and Medicaid. For a list of currently accepted insurance plans, please contact us.

 

Payment Plans & Third-Party Financing

For patients who qualify, we are happy to provide flexible payment plans. Call our office to learn more about your payment options. We also accept third-party financing through CareCredit®. This financing plan works like a credit card for your healthcare expenses. Once approved, you can finance as little or as much of your out-of-pocket costs as you would like. There are a variety of repayment options, including zero-interest plans. You can apply online and receive a credit decision quickly. Visit www.carecredit.com/apply for more information and to submit an application. Contact Us

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