Dr. Anderson and his staff are dedicated to bringing you and your family exceptional dentistry as well as customer service. With this in mind, our office is happy to accept dental insurance. We are in-network with many dental insurance carriers, so we are often able to help you save money on the preventive care your family needs most, as well as other necessary services. Biannual preventive dental checkups are truly the key to maintaining a healthy and beautiful smile. So use your benefits to the fullest and schedule a dental checkup today with the team at Lovell Dental!
Just as auto and home insurance policies differ from one another, so does dental insurance coverage. Nevertheless, most plans have a few things in common. First, almost all limit the amount of coverage provided over a specified time period, usually a year. Second, you need to keep in mind that your benefits probably expire at the end of that year and they do not roll over to the following year’s coverage.
The difference between dental and medical insurance mimics the major difference between these two disciplines. Typically, you see your physician when something is wrong with your health—a bad cold, the flu, an ache or something more serious. Your dentist, however, wants to see you routinely in order to keep your oral health at its best. That’s why scheduling dental checkups twice a year is so important. With this consistency, your dentist can help you avoid serious dental and oral health problems.
Dr. Anderson is an in-network provider with several dental insurance carriers and he is your Delta Dental dentist in Lovell. However, his commitment to patients’ dental health does not vary even when he is out of network. We will always provide the treatment you need to enjoy good oral health, and we’ll be glad to help you claim your insurance benefits.
At Lovell Dental, we are in-network with:
If Dr. Anderson is not in-network with your insurance, then you still might want to consider coming to Lovell Dental. Our fees are competitive with other practices in the area. Therefore, your out of network coverage may still be affordable. You can check the website of your benefits provider for information about the difference between in-network and out of network expenses. Or you can call on our front office team to help you understand what your out-of-pocket cost will be for any given procedure.