Posted on March 1, 2021 by Gentle Dental Care Team
Dental expenses can get quite expensive. Many dental routines and procedures cost more than many people think, which is why dental insurance is so important to have. Regular routine cleaning is important for your overall physical health. Your teeth actually contribute to lots of other diseases and ailments in your body. Altogether, having clean and healthy teeth further enables your body to remain healthy too.
Gentle Dental Insurance Options
Overall, pro-active health and cleaning of your teeth can help prevent many issues before they get much worse. The costs associated with dental care are significant, but we’re here to help. This is why Gentle Dental has partnered with CareCredit. CareCredit works very similarly to a credit card in that you can charge the service to this card and pay it off in increments as you do with a credit card.
CareCredit covers many procedures like braces, root canals, oral surgery, and much more. The CareCredit option often covers many procedures that aren’t covered by regular insurance plans.
Additionally, we have partnered with many Insurance plan options to provide our customers with the best possible options to pay for their services.
We accept insurance from the following:
- Blue Cross Blue Shield
- Delta Dental
- Dental Select
- United Health Care and More!
Please note that all insurance options over different things. When choosing a dental insurance plan, it is important to choose the right one. Different dental insurance providers tend to cover different things. In order to find out how you’re covered, call the insurance providers. Dental providers categorize coverage as preventative, basic, or major insurance offers. Many of the insurance plans will only cover preventative or basic procedures.
These include X-Rays, cleanings, gum treatments, extractions, fillings, and root canals. Sometimes you will have to pay out of pocket for these procedures, but your insurance can cover 50-80% of these costs on other accounts. Overall, you should learn what your plan covers before going ahead with the insurance. You may find one or the other plan more beneficial for you depending on what you need.
Also, other factors to consider how much the plan will cost, the amount of coverage, will there be a waiting period, and what the plan will be used for?