Advanced Dental Care of Ocala
1500 SE 17th Street, Building 400, Ocala, FL 34471
Our patients who have employer-sponsored dental insurance enjoy the benefits of dental insurance, including affordable care. With nearly all dental insurance plans, there no co-pay for checkups and cleanings, so our patients find it easy to maintain their dental health once they find a dentist that takes insurance.
If you have not visited a dentist in quite a while, you might be searching the internet for a, “Dentist near me who accepts my insurance,” in order to start taking advantage of your dental insurance benefits. Your dental insurance company will provide you with a list of dentists in your zip code, but how to you choose one? If you want to find a dentist in Ocala by insurance, we bill numerous insurance companies on our patient’s behalf. Please call our office for more information.
In addition to searching for a dentist that accepts PPO insurance or a dentist that accepts HMO insurance, you will want to find a conveniently located dental office. A dentist that is near your home makes it easier to keep appointments.
If you have never had dental insurance before, the amount of information provided is staggering. Unfortunately, much of the terms are dental or insurance jargon, making it difficult to understand how to use your insurance. If you have searched for ” a dentist near me who accepts my insurance” and you discovered our office, we would be glad to help. There are several points that you should explore with your insurance company so you do not have expectations of coverage that are not included in your plan. These include:
Is there a waiting period for extensive work? Your dental insurance may make you wait until your policy is in effect for a specific period before it will cover major procedures.
Do I have a maximum dollar benefit each year? Many PPO plans cap the amount that they will pay in benefits each year. If you have reached your limit and you need extensive work that cannot wait, we offer affordable fees and financing plans.
Does dental insurance have a pre-existing condition clause? Except for a missing teeth clause that may be a part of your plan, many dental insurance companies allow coverage for pre-existing conditions.
Will my dental insurance pay for upgraded materials? Upgraded materials may include tooth-color fillings and like-like crown materials.
Will dental insurance pay for a crown? Insurance typically covers crowns with a co-pay.
Does my dental insurance cover teeth whitening? Cosmetic procedures usually are not covered.
As you search for, “which dentist takes my insurance,” consider what you want from a dental practice. Are you searching for a dentist where the staff are courteous and friendly? Would you like to know all of your treatment options along with what is covered by your dental insurance? If so, you’ll enjoy meeting our dental team. Call us to arrange an appointment today.