(682) 231-2764
1100 N. Blue Mound Road, Ste. 100
Saginaw, TX 76131
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We accept traditional dental PPO plans, including:

Dearborn National
Delta Dental Premier
Dental Network of America
Dental Select
GEHA/ Connection Dental
Northwest Administrators
Principle Financial Group
United Healthcare

Don't see your insurance plan above?  Call us to see if we are a provider for your plan.

Flexible Financing For Your Convenience
We Accept All PPO Insurance Plans
Aetna Ameritas Assurant BCBS
At Brush, we know you not only deserve high qualiy dental care, but also deserve an affordable and flexible price. That is why we offer unparalleled flexibility of payment to all our patients.  These include:

1. Pay at time of service with cash, debit or credit card.

2. 0% interest in-house payment plans to fit your budget.

3. Third party financing through Care Credit.
Insurance Friendly Dentist Saginaw, TX 76131
No Insurance?  Let us help.  For patients without insurance we offer a discount plan.  Membership includes 2 visits per year for exam, xray and regular cleaning* as well as 20% off all procedures- including cosmetic.  

Unlike traditional insurance plans there are no deductibles, maximums or exclusions.  Many patients want to know what the catch is when we tell them about the plan.  The answer: there is none.  This is just our way of helping our patients get the care they need at an affordable price.  Please call us for details or to sign up.

*regular cleaning is only available in the absence of periodontal disease
Brush Dentistry Savings Plan
Cigna, Delta Dental, Dental Network of America, Dental Select
Dentemax, GEHA, Guardian, Humana
Metlife, Principle, United Healthcare
Did you know...

Your PPO insurance benefits don't roll over? In other words, if you have a $1500 yearly limit and don't use it, you have paid your premiums and not fully utilized them. Consider using that benefit preventatively to avoid a costly dental procedure in the future that insurance will "max-out" on. Be aware of when your annual benefit runs out, and schedule well before that time. Don't let your insurance go to waste!