Dental Grants for Implants,
Basic & Cosmetic Dentistry
Upfront Grants, to a Maximum of 30%, for Basic & Cosmetic Dentistry Procedures
Dental Grants for Implants, Basic & Cosmetic Dentistry Procedures
Survey Participation - Effective May 11th, 2023
When you apply for a dental grant anytime after May 11th, 2023, you can receive $50 (Fifty dollars) by simply participating in a short on-line survey telling us about your experience at the dental office following your free consultation.
Feedback from applicants helps us and the participating dentists improve the Dental Grants Program.
How does it work?
At the time you are applying for a dental grant after May 11th, 2023, simply check the box saying you agree to participate in a survey. (The option is located near the bottom of the sign-up form)
When you are referred to a participating dental office for your free consultation, you will receive a separate email with a link to click. The link will take you to a webpage where you can complete and send the survey.
Complete the survey after your free consultation. (The survey takes 5-10 minutes). Once the dental office confirms your attendance, a $50 Visa gift card or etransfer will be sent to the email address you used when you applied for the dental grant.
What Kind of Questions are on the Survey?
There are about 25 questions on the survey. Here is an example of a few questions:
1. Was the staff at the dental office friendly and did they greet you upon your arrival?
2. Do you feel that the dentist spent an adequate amount of time with you?
3. Did the dentist address all your concerns?
When will I Receive the $50 Payment?
You will receive the $50 payment within a few days after the dental office confirms that you attended for your free consultation.
If you have not received your $50 payment within a few days after attending for your free consultation, send an email to email@example.com
Can I use the $50 as a credit toward any Dental Work?
The $50 payment for participating in the survey is unrelated to your dental treatment and cannot be applied as a credit toward your dental work.