We want you to get the most out of your budget, so we work with your insurance provider to ensure you get the best coverage available to you.
We are a Preferred Provider (PPO) for many dental insurance companies. If you need assistance, or have questions about your insurance policies or claims, our staff is knowledgeable and always available to help you.
We accept cash, checks, and most major credit cards and work with CareCredit, so you can get the care you need when you need it.
We understand that your smile is something you want to protect. Parkway Dental Care is pleased to offer you the assurance that your dental work will be taken care of should something happen that needs repair.
Dental Warranty Corp. is a seal of approval that is given to dentists who have proven to have a high standard of care. Because of our high standards, we are able to offer a full replacement warranty on all eligible services.
Patients who are considering major cosmetic or restorative treatments would be wise to see the improvements they are making as a long-term investment in health and appearance. Despite the fact that every effort is made to create long-lasting dental works, accidents do happen, and replacing a broken crown, veneer or dental implant can be costly.
We want our patients to rest assured and enjoy the added peace of mind that we can offer with this new dental warranty service. You can trust that your claim will be secure and hassle-free, with no forms to fill out or out-of-pocket expense unless it exceeds the amount on your Dental Warranty document.
To keep your dental warranty in place, you do have the responsibility for the following:
- Prescribed Continuing Care. This means not skipping any regular checkups/cleanings, as well as any other prescribed maintenance visits. These are important, especially if you’ve completed major dental work.
- Keep Your Account In Good Standing. This means completing any scheduled payments.
- Maintain Good Personal Dental Hygiene. Regular brushing and flossing, as well as following any other prescribed home care plan such as the use of a night guard, are required.
- Notify Your Dentist Immediately Of Treatment Failure. If you experience problems with any of your teeth, you should contact your dentist as soon as possible, at the very least by the next day that they are open for business.
*This page is for basic informational purposes only. For the details of our Dental Warranty, visit us or call our office at (407) 904-6705 Kissimmee, FL / (407) 214-5143 Orlando, FL.