Payment plans, payment options and Bulk-Bill Dental Services
Quality Dental Care at Affordable prices
At Heritage Dental Group, Our team is more than happy to give you an estimate cost of treatment and an appointment schedule. If you are not sure about your dental treatment options and costs, please book in for your dental consultation appointment to see Dr Singh. During your first visit, Dr Singh will review your dental and medical history. For diagnosis, dentist will examine your teeth and take X-rays of your mouth if required. From there, the dentist will explain any issues and help you choose options for treatment with estimate cost and time-frame.
SPRING SPECIAL – NEW PATIENT OFFER $199
- COMPREHENSIVE DENTAL EXAMINATION
- X-RAYS (IF REQUIRED)
- TREATMENT PLAN
- PROFESSIONAL SCALE & CLEAN
- FLUORIDE TREATMENT
DENTAL PAYMENT PLANS– CONCERNED ABOUT DENTAL COST?
PRIVATE HEALTH INSURANCE
We accept all private dental insurance funds.
We are providers for HCF More for Teeth Program. Contact us on 38783384 to enquire about HCF More for Teeth Program.
WE BULK- BILL DENTAL TREATMENT FOR:
We welcome EFTPOS, Cash,
Cheque, Visa or Master-card.
For your convenience
Health insurance claims can be made
on the spot & with some insurance funds
we can also do the quote for the treatment.
We welcome all Veterans
& treating them through DVA scheme.
Eligible kids are bulk-billed under Child Dental Benefit Scheme-means no out of pocket expenses for you.
Yes, we accept Queensland Health Emergency and General dental vouchers.
Why we have chosen not to have a Contract (preferred provider) relationship with any private health insurance company?
We are not contracted to a particular health insurance company, meaning there is usually a gap after claiming on your health fund. Preferred provider does not mean that the health insurance company has selected a dentist capable of providing the best possible individual treatment to each individual patient. Being a “preferred provider” means that a dental practice has entered into a financial agreement with a health insurance company. Being a “preferred provider” involves taking up a contract with a particular health insurance company, and working to a business plan determined by the insurance company.
We provide optimum patient care, individually tailored to each patient’s individual needs. While it may not always be the case, the fee schedules determined by the health insurance companies may limit the time, care and services we are able to provide our patients, as well as affecting the quality of the materials which we use.