Serenity Smiles

Serenity Smiles Dental Membership Plan

No Insurance? No Problem!

Our Serenity Smiles in-house dental membership plan offers a way for our uninsured patients to receive preventive dental care and restorative services and control their dental costs. For an annual fee, you receive free cleanings and exams as follows, as well as discounts on all our other services.

Please check out the details below and call us if you have questions or want to sign up for our savings plan!


For Adults

$349 Annual membership fee includes:

  • Includes all exams
  • All x-rays (including CBCT scans)
  • 20% off treatment (excluding cosmetic)


For Children

$199 Annual membership fee includes:

  • Includes all exams
  • All x-rays (including CBCT scans)
  • 20% off treatment (excluding cosmetic)


New Patient Special 

$219 new patient special includes a thorough cleaning and preventive exam, plus digital x-rays and a CT Scan

Frequently Asked Questions

At Serenity Smiles in Scottsdale, AZ, we accept most PPO insurances, and you'll find many of them listed here. If you don't see yours included, you are welcome to call our dentist office to verify that we accept it.

Our financial coordinator is well-versed in dental insurance and how your benefits apply to your treatment. They will be happy to help you check your benefits and coverage and file your claim for reimbursement if you are free to choose your own dentist. 

If you have questions about your eligibility or coverage or concerns about your first visit, please contact our Scottsdale, AZ dental office.

Delta Dental
Anthem BCBS


We do not accept HMO plans

We Accept CareCredit

We also accept CareCredit, which is third-party financing that works like a credit card for healthcare needs. It's easy to apply for CareCredit, and once you are approved, you can continue to use it for health and wellness needs like dental, dermatology, vision, hearing, and veterinary expenses.

You can apply for CareCredit here or call us, and a member of our team will be happy to walk you through the process.

Talk to Our Friendly Dental Team in Scottsdale

At Serenity Smiles, our primary concern is your dental health, but we are sensitive to our patients' unique financial circumstances. If you have any questions about the cost of treatment or insurance coverage, our knowledgeable financial coordinator has the answers you need.

We want you to feel comfortable seeking dental treatment, so we are pleased to offer sedation dentistry at our Scottsdale, AZ dental office. Our options are nitrous oxide, oral sedation, and IV sedation.

Nitrous Oxide for Short-Term Relaxation

Also called laughing gas or inhalation sedation, nitrous oxide ensures that you have a comfortable, pain-free procedure. Nitrous oxide is a gas that has been used safely in dentistry for over 100 years. Its mild effects are safe enough for children yet powerful enough to put you in an extremely relaxed and drowsy state.

Oral Sedation for Deeper Anxiety

Oral conscious sedation is a prescription medication that provides deeper relaxation than nitrous oxide, and the effects last for hours. Our dentist prescribes a calming sedative to take an hour before your appointment, and by the time you arrive, you’ll feel very relaxed and drowsy. You will remain in this state throughout your procedure and for several hours afterward, so you will need someone to drive you to and from your appointment.

Safe IV Sedation for the Ultimate Relaxation 

IV or intravenous sedation is also referred to as twilight sleep. This sedation method induces a semi-conscious state, but you will be alert enough to respond to your dental team. Most patients remember little if anything of what happened during their procedure.

By combining these sedation methods with strong anesthetics that numb the tooth we’re treating, we can provide a comfortable, anxiety-free experience.

Contact Us About Sedation Dentistry in Scottsdale, AZ

Would you like to learn how sedation dentistry can benefit you at your next dental appointment? Please contact Serenity Smiles for more information. We are pleased to serve patients in Scottsdale and the greater Phoenix area.

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