We Are Open – Safety is Our Top Priority!
We’ve reopened in accordance with CDC, O.S.H.A., and State Dental Board guidelines to responsibly resume seeing our patients for regular dental appointments and treatment. We want to assure you of the measures we take to maintain a clean and safe environment so you can continue to receive needed dental care without fear or concern.
Our patients who have employer-sponsored dental insurance can enjoy the advantages of affordable dental care from a dentist that takes insurance close to their home. Employers contribute different amounts to employee dental plans, making our patient’s co-pays different, even though two patients have insurance from the same company.
How Do I Know Which Dentist Takes My Insurance?
We are pleased to be able to file claims for our patients with multiple plan providers. When people take advantage of all of their benefits, they can enjoy better oral health. Dental insurance frequently covers preventative exams, x-rays and cleanings in full, encouraging people signed up for the plan to stay healthy. If you need to find a dentist in Orlando by insurance, check with your provider or call us to see if we accept your plan.
As you begin your search on the internet for, “dentist near me who accepts my insurance,” check to see if you need to find a dentist that accepts PPO insurance or a dentist that accepts HMO insurance. If you are unsure of which type of insurance that you have, check with a customer service representative at your insurance company or review the paperwork that you received.
How Do I Make Sense of My Dental Insurance?
Once you find a dentist in Orlando by insurance type, you will want to start taking advantage of your benefits. Asking us, “How to use my dental insurance with a dentist in Orlando?” will help you plan your care so that you get the most out of your contribution to the cost. Below are a few questions to ask when researching your dental coverage:
Is there a waiting period? Typically, insurance companies have a waiting period for all work.
Is there a missing tooth clause? This is an important question if you have a missing tooth that was extracted before your policy started. With a missing tooth clause, your insurance company will not pay for a replacement tooth.
Is there a yearly limit to my coverage? After you reach a predetermined dollar amount of benefits in one year, you are responsible for all other work that you have done in that year.
What are the dental visit fees I can expect to pay?
Will dental insurance pay for a crown? You would have to review your policy carefully or ask our dentist about a crown. Some insurance companies will only cover a bridge, not a crown.
Your dental insurance company should help you answer these questions if you are unable to find the answers in your paperwork.
Our Goal is to Ensure Your Dental Health
The next time you say, “Where can I locate a dentist near me who accepts my insurance?” know that the answer may be at our office. We understand that navigating dental insurance policies is challenging, however, this is what we do. We will help you take advantage of your benefits with our affordable services. Call us today to make an appointment. We look forward to meeting new patients.
Insurances We Accept
- Anthem (BCBS)
- Blue Cross & Blue Shield
- Care First
- Connection Dental
- DNOA (Dental Network of America)
- DeCare (Delta Airlines)
- Delta DPO
- Delta Dental Premier®
- Delta PPO
- Dentalworks (Workman’s Comp)
- Express Health (Workman’s Comp)
- Healthy Kids – Dentaquest
- Horizon (BCBS)
- Lincoln Financial
- Medicare Advantage (Seniors 65+)
- One Call (Workman’s Comp)
- Reliance Standard Life
- TriCare (Military)
- United Concordia
- United Healthcare