Covered By Dental Insurance
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Choose the sedation dentistry office near you:
Lowry location, (303) 323-8158, firstname.lastname@example.org
Highlands Ranch location, (303) 309-0749, email@example.com
Colorado Springs location (Powers and Stetson Hills), (719) 247-2020, firstname.lastname@example.org
Colorado Springs location (Powers and Carefree Circle), (719) 247-2350, email@example.com
Dental insurance offers great benefits that can offset a portion or even all of the costs of your dental cleanings, exams, and your treatment.
Most dental insurance plans today are PPOs, also known as “preferred provider organizations.” If you intend to visit a dentist who is in network for your plan, typically you’ll pay less than if you go to a dentist who is out of network.
Before undergoing treatment, you may want to know, “What’s covered by my dental insurance plan?”
If we can’t answer that question right away with specifics, we can research your dental insurance coverage and then offer the detailed information you need.
All of the dental offices listed above accept most dental insurance plans, including the following:
- Aetna Dental
- Amacore Elite Dental
- Access Dental Network
- Affordable Health Services
- American Dental Group
- Aon Dental Solutions
- Avia Dental Plan
- Delta Dental
- Dental Care Advantage
- DHA Health Alliance
- DHA Premier
- Dominion DDS Dental Services
- GEHA Connection Dental Federal
- Gloss Dental Discount Plan
- Liberty Dental Plan
- Maverest Dental Network
- Medicare (through a Delta Dental and AARP partnership)
- National Account Dental
- National Pacific Dental
- Optum Health
- Patriot Plan
- Principal Financial Group
- Protective Dental
- Secure Dental One
- Signature Dental Plan
- TDA (Total Dental Administrators)
- United Concordia
- United Healthcare
- Vital Savings by Aetna
When you provide us with your policy information, we’ll contact your dental insurance provider and determine the extent of your benefits. That way, we can help you make the most of your dental insurance. We can also file a “predetermination of benefits,” and as soon as your dental insurance company responds, you’ll have a clear idea of what the insurance plan will cover, and what you’ll need to pay.
Dental insurance coverage varies widely from insurance plan to insurance plan, but in general, preventive services (such as exams, X-rays, and cleanings) are covered at a higher percentage than other dental procedures (such as crowns, root canals, and dental implants).
IV sedation is sometimes covered by insurance plans, depending on the type of procedure you receive.