Alameda Dental Discount PlanAurora, CO
No Insurance? No Problem!
Finally, get the quality dentistry you need at an affordable price for you and your family.
In-House Membership Plan
- No waiting periods.
- No claim forms.
- No restrictions on treatment.
- No predetermination
- No age limitations.
- No high premium.
- Refer a friend and receive $50 credit towards future treatment.
Yearly Membership Fee
- Adults - $216
- Couples - $385
- Children - $169
- Families of 4 or More - $440
2 Regular Dental Cleanings per Year for $82 per Visit.
Periodontal Check-Ups are $135 per Visit.
$25 Copay for All Emergency Appointments.
30-40% Off All Our Usual And Customary Fees.
Call (303) 343-7072 for more details!
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