Payments & Insurance

Payment Options 

We accept: Cash, Checks, Visa, MasterCard, American Express, Discover and Care Credit.


We are happy to process your insurance claims to maximize your benefits. We accept, and are a participating provider, for most standard indemnity plans, including Delta Dental, MetLife, Cigna, Aetna, Anthem Blue Cross, Guardian and United Concordia. If you don't see your insurance company listed, contact our office to see if we participate with your insurance company.

The doctors at Anaheim Hills Village Dentistry will always present the best and more predictable treatment that current research endorses. Some of these treatments are not covered by managed care plans, and the patient then is responsible for payment of the additional procedure. We want you to have the best care possible, and will always provide you with all available options. More of our patients are seeing the differences in managed care dental plans when they require involved and comprehensive treatment and often upgrade to better insurance coverage. Check with your employer, and contact us with any questions.



As a service to our patients, we are pleased to offer the CareCredit card, the nation's leading patient payment program. With CareCredit you can finance 100% of your cosmetic procedure and there are no upfront costs, no annual fees, no interest and no pre-payment penalties on approved credit. So, you can schedule your procedure today and conveniently pay with low, interest free monthly payments. 

CareCredit No Interest Payment Plan

  • 12 month plan
  • For treatment fees $300 or more
  • Interest FREE!
  • Low Monthly payments

CareCredit is a revolving credit line for repeat procedures, without the need to re-apply. It only takes a few minutes to apply for CareCredit and you may receive an online decision in seconds! For more information or to apply now, just click on the link below.

Please contact our office to arrange your complimentary consultation and we will develop a treatment plan tailored to your specific dental needs.  Only after your course of treatment has been planned should you apply for financing.  Doing so sooner could mean that the fee plan you negotiate will not cover your entire treatment.