We do accept most major dental insurance providers and are in-network for many popular insurers including:
United Concordia, UPMC, Blue Cross, and Delta Dental among others.
It is important we receive all of your dental insurance information if you would like us to submit claims on your behalf. In order to help you in the most effective manner, having this information well ahead of your services, is suggested. We will be happy to file your claim for you but without all of the information, we may not be able to provide that courtesy.
If you have a dental insurance policy and need to provide or update that information for our records please use the form below
Get Familiar With Your Dental Plan
Although we strive to make using your insurance in our office as simple as possible, you must be familiar with your dental insurance benefits. This includes, but is not limited to:
- Benefits (which includes knowing if there are out-of-network benefits. That means, Can you go to any dentist or does the insurance only pay if you go to a participating provider?)
- Usual, Customary & Reasonable (UCR) fees. These are amounts your insurance sets for each procedure.
- ID and group numbers
- Dental claims mailing address
- Customer service telephone number
- Employer’s name (if applicable)
- Assignment of benefits (Where is the insurance reimbursement sent – to us or directly to you?)
In some cases, your insurance reimburses you directly and we ask that you pay in full at the time of service. By law, your insurance company is required to pay each claim within 30 days of receipt. We file most insurance claims electronically, so in most cases your insurance company will receive each claim within days of the treatment.
Fact 1 – No Insurance Pays 100% of All Procedures
Fact 2 – Most Insurance Benefits Cover $800 - $1500 Per Patient
Fact 3 – Benefits Are Not Determined by Our Office
Fact 4 – Deductibles & Co-Payments Must Be Considered
You are responsible for whatever your insurance does not pay.