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Your dental health is important, and our patients' safety is our top priority. Please go to our Covid-19 page for updates.

Dental Insurance Information

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We Gladly Work with the Following Insurances:

Aetna PPO and DMO • Blue Cross / Blue Shield • Guardian • Cigna • Assurant DHA • Dentemax • United Health Care • Metlife • Ameritas • United Concordia • Delta Dental • Connection Dental • Maverest • GEHA • Principal • Blue Care

Dental insurance is intended to cover some, but not all, of the cost of your dental care. Most plans require coinsurance, a deductible, and non-covered procedures to be paid by the patient.

If you have dental insurance, please bring your plan information with you to your first visit and we will show you how to file your claims directly with your insurance company for the maximum benefits to which you are entitled.

Dental insurance has played a role in helping people obtain better care. Since we strongly feel that you deserve the best possible treatment we can provide, we would like to share some facts about dental insurance with you.

1.  Some insurance companies tell their clients that "fees are above the usual and customary rates." However, as coverage rates have not kept up with the increased benefits of technology, improved procedures contributing to healthier dentistry, cost of living, and technology, insurers benefits are really too low. In addition, we do not view our patients as usual and customary, but as quality people who expect the best dentistry we can provide to you.

2.  Many dental plans tell their insured that they will be covered "up to 80%" or "up to 100%" of the cost. However, as insurance coverage rates have not increased in parallel with the economy, dentists find that the majority of the plans cover approximately 30 to 40 percent. Some plans pay more - others pay less. The amount your plan pays is determined by how much your employer paid for the plan. The less that is paid for the insurance, the less is your benefit.

3.  Dental insurance companies do not intend for their plans to cover all expenses. Their purpose is only an aid toward acquiring better care.

4.  The dental insurance plan, with its benefits and limitations, is chosen by your employer.

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Wed 9:00 am - 5:00 pm
Thu 9:00 am - 5:00 pm
Fri 9:00 am - 3:00 pm
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