Offering dental care that keeps patients smiling without exceeding their budgets is one of our top priorities. In addition to providing affordable dentistry services, we are also happy to process and file dental insurance claims and offer in-network benefit coverage for many plans, including Delta Dental. Lance Anderson, DMD and his skilled dental team look forward to offering you and your loved ones effective and affordable dental care at Lovell Dental. Please don’t hesitate to reach out to us if you have questions about your coverage. Call our dentistry team any time. We’ll be happy to review your insurance policy and try to answer questions over the phone. If our knowledgeable team is unable to answer your questions, we’ll reach out to your insurer to get the information you need.
Every dental insurance plan represents a unique agreement between patients, their employers, and the dental insurance providers. This is one of the many reasons dental benefit plans can be so complicated and difficult for patients to translate. Our skilled dental team has years of experience working with patients to achieve the maximum benefits from their dental insurance providers, and we can help you make the most of your plan. While every benefit plan is different, most patients with Delta Dental insurance can expect to receive the following coverage:
Possibly the easiest way to maximize your dental insurance is to visit us for six month dental checkups. During these appointments, we screen for early warning signs of common oral health concerns and help patients keep their smiles healthy. That means regular preventive dental appointments receive the most insurance coverage, and these preventive dental checkups significantly reduce the patient’s risk for more severe oral health concerns that require advanced treatments and receive lower coverage from insurance plans.
In-network dentists offer patients the care they need without patients every needing to worry about increased out of pocket dental treatment costs. An in-network dentist has a standing contract with your insurer. These agreements establish a fair price for specific dental services that in-network dentists agree to charge for procedures. That means, you will only be responsible for paying the out of pocket percentage of the cost of your treatment and no more. Out of network dentists can charge higher fees than those established by the insurer, but you will be responsible for paying the difference in price as well as your out of pocket percentage of the cost of care.