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Don’t Let Those Insurance Benefits Expire!

2017 is almost over, and that means it’s time to talk about dental insurance.

Most dental plans don’t let the benefits roll over into the next year if they go unused. If you haven’t yet taken advantage of all your benefits, then now is the time to do so!

Is Your Coverage Compatible?

Here at Mountain Vista Dental Care, we accept all major dental benefit providers and will work with you to maximize your benefits. If you are worried about your coverage, let us know and we will look up your plan for you. Usually all we need is the plan subscriber’s name, birth date, and the plan ID number to verify the plan’s details and ensure that we can accept it. We have developed great relationships with many benefit providers and we work hard to ensure their benefits work really well with our office.

Commonly Covered Procedures

While we see many types and sizes of benefit plans, most of our patients’ benefits cover somewhere between 50-100% of needed procedures. We feel it is always best for patients to know what their out-of-pocket costs are for work. With your dental plan, routine dental exams and cleanings are generally $0 out-of-pocket, making general maintenance easy, and allowing us to see if there is anything else you need and if there is an additional cost to you.

What To Do Before The Year Ends

If you have unused benefits, most plans start over January 1st. This means that unused benefits are lost. Getting covered work done before the year’s end means getting to take advantage of those benefits, and getting your full coverage amount renewed next year! Since you have been paying for these benefits all year, it’s a waste to not use them. Call to schedule and we’ll help you get your smile healthy!

We Can’t Wait To See You!

We’re always looking out for our patients and want to make sure you’re taking the fullest advantage of your benefits! If you have any questions regarding dental insurance, stop by or call us today and we can help!

The greatest benefits are to your dental health!

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The content on this blog is not intended to be a substitute for professional medical advice, diagnosis, or treatment. Always seek the advice of qualified health providers with questions you may have regarding medical conditions.

Posted On: November 21, 2017 @ 7:06pm
Posted In: Dental Tips