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Insurance info
There are a variety of ways to pay for the care you need at 425 Oral, Maxillofacial, and Implant Surgery.

Please Note: Payment is due at the time of services at check-in.


  1. Insurance: See Below

  2. Cash Pay Discounts: Receive a discount on some procedures by paying cash upfront.

  3. Credit Cards: We accept major credit cards for payment.

  4. CareCredit: Apply for CareCredit healthcare financing online at


Some oral surgery procedures may be partially covered by your dental insurance. We can help you understand your benefits and will bill your insurance company for you as a COURTESY. Please understand that ultimately YOU are responsible for any fees NOT covered by YOUR insurance.

We submit your dental insurance as a COURTESY to our patients. The insurance belongs to YOU, the patient, and as such, it is YOUR responsibility to know your coverage. We will give you an ESTIMATE of your out of pocket cost based upon the information we have regarding your plan but please keep in mind that it is an ESTIMATE. All balances that remain are your responsibility to pay regardless of the ESTIMATE that we provide.

We work with the following dental insurance. Don’t see yours on the list? Please call our office for more information as this list is subject to change.

  • Aetna Dental

  • Ameritas Dental

  • Cigna Dental

  • Careington Dental

  • Delta Dental WA - PPO/Premier

  • DHA (Dental Health Alliance)/Sunlife/Assurant (Under United Concordia) Dental

  • GEHA Dental

  • Guardian Dental ***Out-of-Network as of 11/8/2023***

  • Humana Dental

  • Lifewise Dental - Choice/Select (Part of Premera)

  • Lincoln Financial Dental

  • Principal Dental

  • Premera Dental

  • Regence Dental

  • Metlife Dental

  • United Concordia Dental - PPO/Tricare

  • United Healthcare Dental ***Out-of-Network as of 1/31/2023***

***We are happy to verify benefits and bill Out-of-Network insurance plans for your patients***

Our number one goal is your care. Please call our office at 425-961-9600 with any questions you have about your financial options – we can help you understand your options to get the care you need.

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