Here, at Smiles Today Dental, we try to keep our fees reasonable and affordable, because we understand just how expensive dental care can be, even if you have insurance coverage.

If you don’t see your Insurance Provider bellow please give us a call.

  • Aetna
  • Ameritas
  • Anthem BCBS
  • Boyd Gaming Corp.
  • Blue Cross
  • Cigna
  • Carpenters Local
  • CHUBB Group of Insurance
  • Culinary
  • Delta Dental
  • Guardian
  • Humana Dental


    • Lincoln Financial
    • Liberty PPO (private)
    • Medicaid
    • MetLife
    • Nevada Dental Benefits
    • Principal Financial Group
    • Reliance Standard
    • Painters Trust
    • South Point
    • Teachers Health Trust
    • United Health Care
Dental Insurance Plans
Here at Smiles Today Dental, we accept most insurance plans, enabling you to receive the benefits that they offer you and your family. Please be sure to bring your insurance card with you so that we may make a copy of it to keep in our files. Please contact our office to find out if we participate in your dental insurance plan.

Depending on the dental plan that you have, you may be responsible for any expenses that are not covered by your insurance. It is possible for you to check with your insurer to determine which dental procedures are covered by your policy and whether or not they are covered in full. If you are concerned about the amount of money that you owe, we recommend checking with your dental insurance provider prior to coming into our offices.

Cash, Debit, Credit Cards, Personal Checks, and Cashier Checks
Since Smiles Today Dental understands that not everyone has access to dental insurance, our offices provide several options for payment by our patients. While we do accept cash, our offices also accept credit and debit card payments. If you have the required identification, we also accept personal checks for payment. Cashier checks are also suitable as payment for dental services rendered.
Financial Options to Meet Your Dental Bills
We also provide financial service to assist our patients in meeting their payment obligations. Please ask us about our financial plans that feature affordable monthly payments and reasonable fees. We can provide you with contact details for a financial company that assists dental patients in paying for elective and non-elective dental treatments.
Rising Costs
The cost of basic and advanced care continues to rise as new equipment and technology necessitate changes to our office practices. However, we try to make the pricing adjustments gradually and minimally in order to enable all of our patients to continue to benefit from our dental services.

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