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Enjoy Many Payment Options in Panama City, FL for Your Dental Services

Panama City Smiles is ready to help you get the dental treatments you want and need with our many payment options. We are happy to submit all insurance forms on your behalf and help you receive all the benefits you qualify for. If you require major dental work, we’ll happily help create a manageable payment schedule for you.

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We accept most insurance plans and several forms of payment:

  • Major credit cards
  • Personal checks
  • Cash
  • Chase Financial
  • CareCredit

Enjoy Great Savings With Our Membership Plans

To make your dental costs more predictable, we offer two in-house membership plans.

You can purchase a Gold Card Package Membership (valid for one full year) for only $250, with a value of more than $550. You’ll receive:

  • 2 Professional Cleanings
  • 2 Oral Cancer Screenings
  • 2 Dental Exams
  • 2 Periodontal Measurements
  • 2 Fluoride Treatments
  • Any Needed X-Rays
  • 15 Percent Off Any Additional Procedures

Or you can join our Platinum Perio Program (valid for one full year) for only $498, with a value of more than $749. You’ll receive:

  • 4 Periodontal Maintenance Visits
  • 2 Oral Cancer Screenings
  • 2 Dental Exams
  • 2 Periodontal Exams
  • 4 Fluoride Treatments
  • Any Needed X-Rays
  • 15 Percent Off Any Additional Procedures

If you would like to sign up for a membership plan or if you are worried that you cannot afford great dental care, call our Panama City, FL dentist office at 850-588-0185, and we will help with our payment options.

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