COVID-19 Safety Message: Visit our practice with confidence – your safety is our top concern.
We’ve reopened in accordance with CDC, O.S.H.A., and State Dental Board guidelines to responsibly resume seeing our patients for regular dental appointments and treatment. We want to assure you of the measures we take to maintain a clean and safe environment so you can continue to receive needed dental care without fear or concern.
Are you overwhelmed trying to a find a dentist? One of the best ways of narrowing down your choices in dental care providers is to find out what kinds of dental insurance plans are accepted by the dentist. A lot of our patients receive their dental insurance through their employers. Employer provided dental insurance usually results in the employer paying a portion of the cost for the employee. What the employee will have to pay depends on how much their employer pays. No matter who your dental insurance provider is, it is important to remember that you are ultimately responsible for your bill.
How Do I Find a Dentist in Palm Coast by Insurance?
Have you been asking yourself, “Is there a dentist near me who accepts my insurance?” If you have, then you may want to contact Oceans Dental Group. Our practice has partnered with a variety of dental insurance companies. We’re able to file claims on your behalf so that you receive the maximum amount of coverage that you’re entitled to through your plan. If you’ve ever stated, “I don’t know how to use my dental insurance with a dentist in Palm Coast,” give us a quick phone call at (386) 246-7619 to find out if we accept your dental insurance provider.
How Can I Educate Myself About My Benefits?
Knowing exactly what is covered by your dental insurance plan is the best way to receive affordable dental care. If you have concerns over how you can find a dentist in Palm Coast by insurance, you can call our friendly staff. They are more than happy to help you with your questions. Another option available to you is to contact your dental insurance provider directly and ask them, “Which dentist takes my insurance?” Other topics that you may wish to discuss with your provider include:
- Deductible limits
- Annual minimum and maximum benefits
- Wait times before procedures
- Missing teeth clauses
- Coverage for high-quality materials
- Frequency of dentist visits
- Invisalign® coverage
- Dental implants coverage
- Cosmetic and orthodontic coverage
- Co-pays and visit fees
- Pre-authorization policies
Knowing whether or not your plan is a PPO or HMO is also helpful. Most of the time, going to a dentist that accepts PPO insurance means that you will have to pay a co-pay at each office visit. PPOs offer you a lot of flexibility in choosing which dentist you will see. Going to a dentist that accepts HMO insurance usually means that you have lower premiums. It also means having to choose your dentist from the insurance company’s list of pre-approved care providers.
Our practice knows how confusing it can be to try to navigate the your dental insurance plan. That’s why we’re happy to work with you to answer any questions you may have about your plan and the benefits available to you through your plan. Once you’ve found a dentist that takes insurance, you may still have some out-of-pocket expenses. Our flexible payment plans may be able to help you afford these costs.
We Can Help You Achieve a Happy and Healthy Smile
Now that you’ve found Oceans Dental Group, you will never again have to ask yourself, “How in the world do I find a dentist near me who accepts my insurance?” At our practice, you will find that we’re dedicated to bringing you quality care that is also affordable. We’re also committed to helping you understand the ins and outs of your insurance plan. If you’re in need of a dentist, schedule an appointment with us right away.
Insurances We Accept
- Anthem (BCBS)
- Blue Cross & Blue Shield
- Care First
- Connection Dental
- Delta DPO
- Delta Dental Premier®
- Delta PPO
- Dentalworks (Workman’s Comp)
- Horizon (BCBS)
- Lincoln Financial
- Medicare Advantage (Seniors 65+)
- One Call (Workman’s Comp)
- TriCare (Military)
- United Concordia
- United Healthcare