Bridge Dental Care

Financial Information

At our Chatanooga, TN  dental office, the Bridge Dental Care team strives to make dentistry accessible to the families in our community by providing high-value dental care at a fair price.

We understand that cost is a factor when determining treatment, which is why we offer a number of payment options to help you fit your oral health care into your monthly budget. We also provide a treatment estimate and will discuss your out-of-pocket expenses before we get started.

Payment Options

We accept all of the traditional methods of payments.

  • Cash
  • AMEX
  • Discover
  • MasterCard
  • Visa

We also work with CareCredit, a third-party financing option designed to accommodate medical, dental, and cosmetic treatment plan costs.

Insurance Plans Accepted

We work with most PPO dental insurance plans. Here are a few of the companies we work with:

  • Aetna
  • Ameritas
  • Anthem
  • Assurant
  • BCBS
  • Cigna
  • Delta
  • Dentequest
  • Guardian
  • Lincoln Financial
  • Metdental
  • Physicians Mutual
  • Principal Financial
  • UCCI
  • United Concordia

If you do not see your insurance carrier listed, give us a call! We will help you determine your coverage and what to expect when you use your insurance in our dental office.

We will file your dental claims on your behalf and help you navigate the often confusing world of dental insurance. We do not accept HMO plans or Medicaid. You can contact our front office team with any questions you have.

CareCredit Patient Financing

CareCredit offers both long-term and interest-free financing options depending on your needs. You can apply easily online in just a few minutes and get pre-approved for an amount based on your treatment costs and credit score.

More information about this service:
Frequently Asked Questions

A dental night guard is a custom appliance made in a dental lab to cushion the upper and lower teeth to prevent wear or clenching while sleeping at night. It can also be worn during the day if a patient finds that they grind or clench. It should be taken out periodically to be cleaned.

There are many products on the market that alleviate cold sensitivity. The most recommended one is sensitivity toothpaste containing potassium nitrate. Also, high fluoride products like Prevident, which can be prescribed by your dentist, are recommended. In addition to these, using proper toothbrushing technique (soft bristle brush) or an electric toothbrush will prevent toothbrush abrasion. Toothbrush abrasion exposes the roots of the tooth which can be very sensitive to cold.

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