If you pay for your dental care with a credit card....which essentially is what credit care is....I'm assuming that's how your bill got to be so much...of COURSE you are going to end up owing more!!! That's like buying anything else on a credit card! Every time I've gotten any work done here they show me a print out of what my treatment plan is and what it is going to cost and I make an agreement to that amount before the work is done so I'm not really sure what planet you were on when the other person put their review on here. This practice accepts all kinds of insurance because I've had to change mine and they do whatever they can to help you out on getting the work done. I'll give you the benefit of the doubt on maybe that's what happened to you, but I know this practice doesn't do this now because I take my family there and have for a long time and we have never had anything but quality care at Associates in Dental Care. Dentistry is sometimes expensive but so is any other medical procedure and I didn't have any higher of price quote at this dentist than I have had at other ones.
Posted: 8/13/2012 • Last edited: 7/07/2014 • Link to this review
Associates in Dental Care will quote you a price for a recommended dental procedure and then charge you 130% more after its is completed. They quoted us $700 for some fillings and then charged us $1600. That is no exaggeration. They did not inform us of the changes in cost prior to the procedure to check and see if our dental insurance would cover it. If they had informed us, we would have delayed the procedure another 5 months until our insurance would have covered 50% of the cost. My recommendation: do not go to Associates in Dental Care unless money is not an issue for you. With the unplanned credit card debt that the $1600 bill incurred, we will actually end up paying over $1800 because of a couple months worth of interest charges.
Posted: 6/03/2010 • Last edited: 7/07/2014 • Link to this review