Dental Implants Payment Methods
We accepts cash, credit cards, and checks for established patients.
Dental Implants Insurance Accepted
We accepts the following dental insurance plans:
- Aetna Dental.
- Ameritas Dental.
- Anthem Dental.
- Cigna Dental.
- Culinary Health Fund.
- Delta Dental.
- Gaurdian Dental.
- Health Plan of Nevada.
- Humana Dental.
- Liberty Dental.
- Loomis Dental.
- Met Life Dental.
- Principal Dental.
- Teachers Health Fund.
- Tricare Dental.
- UMR Dental.
- United Concordia Dental.
- Zenith Dental.
Don’t see your dental insurance plan listed? Just ask, chances are we accept it. To verify that your insurance health care plan is accepted by Dr Kevin Khorshid, please call us at (702) 830-4646.
Our Financing Options
We supports the following financing options for our patients:
We are pleased to offer our patients CareCredit, North America’s leader in patient payment plans. CareCredit lets you begin your treatment immediately – then pay for it over time with low monthly payments that fit easily into your monthly budget.
In-House Financing Available
If you have less than perfect credit, no credit, or any financial hardship, in most cases, we can work with you to find options that fit your budget.
Flexible Spending Accounts
Flexible spending accounts can be used for your dental implants surgery.
Depending on your tax bracket, using a Flexible Spending Account to pay for dental implant surgery could save you a significant amount of money. Check with your benefits manager to find out if a Flexible Spending Account or a Health Spending Account is offered by your company.
Planning And Your Flexible Spending Account
It will be important to decide how much of your salary you want deducted from each paycheck – this money is exempt from federal, state, and Social Security taxes. This money will be deposited in your health care Flexible Spending Account. Most companies allow you to spend the money any time during the year, even when it has not fully accumulated in your account. Flexible Spending Account funds that are not used, get forfeited at the end of the year.
Health Spending Accounts
Many patients benefit from using their Health Spending Accounts for cosmetic dental treatment: their tax-free funds pay for their cosmetic procedures, and patients get to take advantage of the portability of their Health Spending Account.
What Is A Health Spending Account?
Health Spending Accounts were created to encourage people to save for their retirements and medical expenses. Many patients take advantage of Health Spending Accounts, because their accounts became tax-free through continued investment, and patients know any investment remaining, after paying for their procedure, won’t be forfeited when the year ends. Health Spending Accounts are well-known for their portability and that Health Spending Account funds do not get forfeited like Flexible Spending Accounts – Health Spending Accounts are, more often, compared to IRAs and savings accounts.
Who Should I Talk To About My Health Spending Account?
We suggest that you talk with your benefits manager or with your human resources (HR) department to determine your eligibility for this program and to get a better understanding of how you can benefit from it.