Nampa Dental

Financial Info

At Nampa Dental Health Center, our goal is to provide you with quality care at a price you can afford. This means providing flexible payment options, including financing, for our patients. On this page, you’ll find information about insurance and payment options.

Dental Insurance

We bill dental insurance of all types, and our in-network insurance companies are listed here on this page. Insurance can be complicated, but you can rest assured knowing that our team will help you get a cost estimate in accordance with the most up-to-date information provided to us by your insurance company. We use plan-specific information provided directly by the insurance company to generate a cost estimate for your treatment plan. It is important to keep in mind that only the insurance company is responsible for adjudicating the final claim. Because there are so many different types of dental insurance plans, we highly recommend checking the following with your plan:

  • Annual Maximum
  • Benefit Limitations
  • Plan Benefit Period (some plans run on a calendar-year basis, while others have different start times)
  • Waiting Period Limitations
  • Deductible

Whatever your plan benefits are, we look forward to helping you get quality dental care at a price you can afford!

Care Credit Financing

In order to provide flexible payment options for our patients, we partner with Care Credit. Through Care Credit, patients can receive promotional 0% interest plans and can even qualify for long-term financing up to 60 months! Contact our office to ask about details or feel free to click the link below to apply online for Care Credit in less than 10 minutes.

Frequently Asked Questions

For patients not covered by dental insurance, we offer several options for payment. We require that payment be made at the time services are rendered. Our Patient Treatment Coordinator will take the time to help you understand your treatment plan and make financial arrangements. We accept all major credit cards, cash, check and Care Credit.

Care Credit is a credit card that allows an option for monthly payments with 0% interest. Contact us for more details!

Dr. Mansfield is considered an in-network provider with several major insurance companies including Blue Cross of Idaho, Delta Dental of Idaho, Cigna, Regence, MetLife and others. However, whether in or out of network, most dental patients are free to choose their dentist. At Nampa Dental, we have a Patient Treatment Coordinator who will help you research and understand your dental benefits.

As a courtesy and with your permission we also bill most dental insurance companies on your behalf. As a dental provider, Nampa Dental is not a legal party to your contract with the insurance company. For this reason, you as the patient are ultimately responsible for paying for services rendered that are not covered by insurance. In order to verify your benefits, we recommend that all patients contact their insurance carrier or consult their benefits booklet (often available online) for details.

For most adults with no serious health issues, sedation dentistry is perfectly safe. We will review your medical history to determine if sedation dentistry is an option. You will be closely monitored throughout your visit to ensure you are safe and comfortable during sedation.

Yes. A child who has a tough time sitting still will need additional support in getting used to the dental office. We can help them become familiar with the surroundings so that when it is time for their dental cleaning, they will be used to our office and the environment.

Due to the nature of dental work, of course masks will need to be removed in order to receive treatment. However, wearing a mask to the office is recommended as a measure intended to keep you safe as you have contact with other people throughout the office.

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Based on Governor Brad LIttle's announcement, we will be opening back up on May 1st to elective care. With the public impact of the coronavirus (COVID-19), our team wanted to share some of the protocols we have in place to protect your health and wellness at your dental visit. Please see our FAQs page to learn more information.