Easy Financing With Redwood Dental

Redwood Dental offers several forms of financing for larger dental treatment plans. In addition to cash or check payment at the time of service, Redwood accepts most major credit cards, and special financing options with approved credit. As is customary for most businesses, payment for treatment is expected at the time of service.

Financing Options

Additional financing is available utilizing Redwood’s relationship with the Wells Fargo Health Advantage┬« credit card* provided through Well Fargo Financial National Bank. This program allows you to get the care you and your family needs today and pay for the treatment over time.  There are a number of options to meet your needs including special terms financing and Please refer to the Advertising Guidelines on the Online Resource Center for examples of generic advertising language. One example is “promotional financing for 6, 12, or 18 months” with the length of the promotion filled in. You can apply on line or during your initial visit and in many cases receive a response in minutes. In each case certain restrictions may apply and in some instances this financing option may not be combined with any other discount.  Please contact Redwood Dental for any other conditions or restrictions.

*The Wells Fargo Health Advantage® credit card is issued with approved credit by Wells Fargo Financial National Bank. Ask for details.
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Credit Cards and Debit Cards Accepted

We accept American Express, Visa, Mastercard and Discover cards.

Insurance Information

Redwood Dental is pleased to accept most dental insurance plans offered in the area with some special programs being offered at selected offices. For information on your individual insurance plan, or on our discount programs, please call any one of the Redwood Offices (or the office closest to you) listed on this web site.

Accepted Insurance Carriers

  • Metlife
  • Dentemax
  • Aetna
  • Cigna
  • Delta
  • Guardian
  • BC/BS
  • Principal

Financial Guidelines

The account holder is responsible for all account balances older than 90 days, regardless of insurance coverage or reimbursement status. All account balances 90 days and older will accrue a late payment charge of 2% monthly.