Pediatric Dentist 37205 | Adams & Seaton Pediatric Dentistry | Financing
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Pediatric Dentist in Nashville, TN
4515 Harding Pike, Suite 114, Nashville, TN 37205

(615) 297-7597

Financing

Payment for professional services are due at the time dental treatment is provided unless previous arrangements have been made. We accept cash, personal checks and most major credit cards.

If your child’s treatment requires several visits, you will be given an estimate of our fees and our staff will discuss and make definite financial arrangements prior to the appointments.


Dental Financing Options

For treatment that exceeds $200 we offer financing options through Care Credit and/or BeWell by FTL Financing. All arrangements for use of the financing options must be completed before the day of treatment. If payment for the estimated cost of treatment is not paid on the date of service, we reserve the right to reschedule treatment for another day. For more information about the financing companies, please visit the links below and then contact our office to discuss your options.
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