Wilbraham Family Dental Group is a dynamic and up-to-date dental practice with an excellent patient profile. Our aim is to offer the best in patient care and service possible. We make sure we listen to you and fully understand all your needs prior to carrying out any treatment.
We offer all modern dentistry to suit our patient’s needs. All work is untaken with comfort in mind in a calm and relaxing environment.
We spend whatever time is necessary to listen to you and hear your concerns and requirements.
Having understood and correctly diagnosed the condition, we focus on providing a solution rather than just a procedure. Our aim is to treat the patient and ensure we have the patient’s consent to treat – at all times.
Highland Dental Group is our practice for diagnosis, dental procedures, and emergency dentistry. We welcome private emergencies.
Our staff is friendly and courteous and our dentists highly educated. We keep fully up-to-date with modern advances in dental procedures.
The field of dentistry is always updating and improving itself and we are at the cutting edge of dentistry technology. We are constantly looking for ways to improve the quality and standards of our treatments and offer the most effective advice, materials and technology. At Highland Dental Group you can be confident that you are in the hands of highly trained dentists that offer the very latest in modern technology.
Find out about our Dental Discount Plans through our Careington Partner. Get up to 50% off your next procedure!
Members may take advantage of savings offered by an industry leader in dental care. Careington is one of the most recognized professional dental networks in the nation and boasts one of the largest dental networks nationally with a focus on neighborhood dentists. Careington networks are a leader in member-transparent pricing with robust fee schedules.
Save 20% to 60% on most dental procedures including routine oral exams, unlimited cleanings, and major work such as dentures, root canals, and crowns
20% savings on orthodontics including braces and retainers for children and adults
Cosmetic dentistry such as bonding and veneers also included
All specialties included-Endodontics, Oral Surgery, Orthodontics, Pediatric Dentistry, Periodontics, and Prosthodontics - a 20% reduction on normal fees where available
All dentists must meet highly selective credentialing standards based on education, background, license standing and other requirements
Members may visit any participating dentist on the plan and change providers at any time
Here are some of the great plans when you are a member of the Careington Family of Plans. Plans and savings depend on the plan that you choose.
Click here for the full list of PlansVision care – EyeMed Vision
Save 20%-60% off retail price of eyewear. Also receive discounts on exams and contact lenses at over 40,000 providers nationwide, as well as leading optical retailers such as Pearle Vision®, LensCrafters®, Sears Optica® and Target Optical®.LASIK eye surgery – QualSight™
Save 40%-50% off the national average cost of LASIK vision correction surgery through a national network of over 600 provider locations nationwide.Prescription drugs – Agelity™
Agelity On average save 20% off brand name drugs and 40% off generic drugs at nearly 53,000 pharmacy locations nationwide, as well as through Internet and mail pharmacy orders.Hearing care and services – HearPO
Save 30% off diagnostic services, including hearing exams andsignificant discounts on the price of hearing aid(s) at over 2,700
provider locations nationwide.Diabetes management – Better Living Now
Save 20%-30% off the retail price of durable medical equipment and 20%-40% off the retail price of disposable medical supplies, as well as receive a free blood glucose monitor upgrade.Labs and imaging – Direct Diagnostics
Save 40%-70% off all lab and imaging procedures at over 9,000 patient service centers nationwide.Dental care – Careington International Corporation
Whether you work for a general dentist and have been referred to a dental specialist or you work for a specialist and would like to pay less when visiting a general dentist, you can now enjoy discounts on dental procedures, including cleanings, dentures, crowns, braces and more at over 65,000 participating general dentist and specialist locations nationwide.
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