At Eagle Family Smiles, we believe that exceptional dental care should be within reach for everyone. We understand that dental insurance plays a vital role in helping our patients receive the treatments they need while managing their healthcare costs. We are pleased to accept major PPO dental insurance plans to provide you with convenient access to our high-quality dental services.
We are proud to participate with a wide range of major PPO dental insurance plans, including but not limited to:
Please note that this is not an exhaustive list, and we work with numerous other PPO dental insurance providers.
The best way to tell if we participate with your specific insurance plan is to call us or check with your insurance company. If you don’t have dental insurance, please consider our affordable In-House Dental Savings Plan.
While we accept major PPO dental insurance plans, it’s important to note that we do not participate in Health Maintenance Organization (HMO), Dental Maintenance Organization (DMO), Medicaid, or state insurance plans. Our decision to focus on PPO plans allows us to provide the highest level of personalized care and treatment options to our patients.
Dental insurance can often seem complex, with various terminologies and coverage details. Here are some common terms you may encounter when dealing with dental PPO insurance plans.
Preferred Provider Organization (PPO): PPO plans offer a network of dental providers who have agreed to provide services at negotiated rates. By choosing a dentist within your PPO network, you can often benefit from reduced out-of-pocket expenses and discounted fees.
In-Network vs. Out-of-Network:(PPO): Dental insurance plans typically have a network of preferred providers. Dentists within this network are considered in-network providers, and visiting them may result in lower out-of-pocket costs for you especially for major dental services. Dentists outside the network are considered out-of-network providers, and your insurance coverage may be different for these providers.
Annual Maximum: The annual maximum is the maximum dollar amount that your dental insurance plan will pay for covered services within a given year. Any expenses beyond this limit will typically be your responsibility.
Deductible: The deductible is the amount you must pay out of pocket before your dental insurance coverage begins. It is usually an annual amount that resets each year.
Co-Payments and Co-Insurance: Co-payments are fixed amounts you are responsible for paying at the time of your dental visit. Co-insurance refers to the percentage of the treatment cost that you are responsible for, with the remaining percentage covered by your dental insurance plan.
Please remember that dental insurance coverage varies depending on your specific plan and policy. It’s always beneficial to review your plan details or contact your insurance provider directly for the most accurate and up-to-date information.
Let’s Make Dental Care Affordable and Accessible At Eagle Family Smiles, we are committed to providing excellent dental care while working with your dental insurance to make treatment more affordable. If you have any questions regarding dental insurance or if you would like to schedule an appointment, please don’t hesitate to contact our friendly team. We are here to assist you every step of the way.
Absolutely! Our knowledgeable team is here to assist you in understanding your dental insurance coverage, including benefits, limitations, and any pre-authorization requirements. We can also help you maximize your insurance benefits to ensure you receive the care you need.
Yes, as a service to our patients, we will gladly file your dental insurance claims on your behalf. We work diligently to ensure timely and accurate claim submissions, reducing any administrative burden on your part.
Even if we are not in-network with your dental insurance provider, we can still assist you in maximizing your out-of-network benefits. Our team will provide you with the necessary documentation and support to help you receive reimbursement from your insurance company.
Prior to your appointment, we recommend contacting our office with your dental insurance information. Our team will verify your coverage, estimate any out-of-pocket costs, and discuss your treatment options with you.