Yorkville, IL Dental Office
Comfort and convenience are the hallmarks of York Towne Dental's office operations. To ensure your convenience, below is the information you need about our hours, location, appointment scheduling, insurance acceptance and billing.
Yorkville, IL Dentist
York Towne Dental
320 E. Veterans Prkwy. Route 34 & 47(630) 882-8844
Yorkville, IL 60560
(630) 882-8535 fax
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|Monday:||09:00 AM - 05:00 PM|
|Tuesday:||09:00 AM - 05:00 PM|
|Wednesday:||11:00 AM - 07:00 PM|
|Thursday:||09:00 AM - 05:00 PM|
|Friday:||09:00 AM - 03:00 PM|
|Saturday:||(Every other Saturday) 08:00 AM - 02:00 PM|
We are closed on the following dates:
Wednesday, Jan. 1 and Saturday, Jan.18, 2020
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We know you have many choices when choosing a Dentist in Yorkville, IL so we have made requesting an appointment a simple process via our Web site. If, for any reason you cannot keep a scheduled appointment, or will be delayed, please call us as soon as possible.
Insurance and Billing
We accept most traditional insurance plans. Please contact our office to verify acceptance of your plan. York Towne Dental does not participate in Health Management Organizations; however, we will be happy to file your insurance claims for you. We accept checks, cash or credit cards. We also offer a flexible payment plan. Please see our Financial Coordinator for details. We are happy to file insurance for your reimbursement as long as you are free to choose your own dentist.
Accepted Insurance Carriers
- All Indemnity Insurance
- MetLife PPO
- Delta Premiere
- Humana (PPO)
- BC/BS PPO
- Cigna (PPO)
- Personal Checks
- Care Credit
- All Major Credit Cards
Facilities and Equipment
Digital X-rays of individual teeth or panoramic X-ray of all the teeth and jaws. Both types of digital X-rays reduce radiation by 80% over traditional X-rays. Digital X-rays also allow us to view the image on the computer monitor. The patient is able to co-diagnose with the doctor because the image is large enough to show even the smallest problem. In dentistry, as with medicine, it is best to identify and treat a problem at the earliest stage. This early diagnosis can save the patient from discomfort and major treatment in the future.