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When you have dental insurance through your employer, getting your most essential dental treatments completed isn’t the only way you can benefit. You can also save quite a bit along the way, especially in long-term dental care costs. With that said, there are certain aspects about your dental insurance plan you’ll want to keep in mind. The good news is Dr Crumpton and his team are always here to help. If you have any questions, please don’t hesitate to ask!
Contrary to what many people believe, dental insurance is meant to be used regularly, not exclusively when something goes wrong. While this may be common when using medical insurance, it’s encouraged by your dental insurance provider to use your benefits for preventive care. As you’ll learn, it’s why preventive dental treatments like exams, cleanings, and X-rays are largely covered by your plan. With that said, you’ll want to confirm the exact stipulations your plan offers ahead of time
Most dental plans tend to follow the same coverage breakdown. However, you should always contact your insurance provider as well to confirm this is the case. Oftentimes, dental insurance coverage looks like the following:
At this time, Dr. Crumpton is happy to work with most dental insurance plans. With that said, he is also in-network with many dental insurance providers, including the following:
By being in-network, it generally means that you can expect higher savings compared to being out-of-network. However, that does not mean that your dental services cannot be affordable. We’ll do everything to maximize your benefits no matter which plan you currently use. Many plan pay the same in/out of network.