Dental Insurance in Clintonville, OH
Does dental insurance overwhelm you? If the answer is yes, you are not alone. Many of our patients know they have it -- and that they want to take advantage of their coverage -- but when it comes to figuring out what’s what with their plan, they feel lost. At Creative Smiles, we are in-network with a number of dental insurance plans. Our team of experts is also always on hand to help you figure out just how your benefits work, and how to make the most out of them from year to year.
Partnering with a family dentist that accepts your plan is the best way to make the most out of your investment in your oral health. Keep reading to learn how dental insurance works at Creative Smiles!
Our In-Network Dental Providers
We are pleased to be in-network with some of the nation’s most popular dental insurance PPO plans. We have listed them below:
- Delta Premier
- GEHA/Connection Dental
- United Health Care
Even if you do not see your insurance provider listed here, please go ahead and call our office to find out whether or not we are in-network. Even if we are not, we will still process and file your claims to help you get the full reimbursement you are owed. You are not necessarily penalized for going out of network with dental insurance.
Dental Insurance FAQs
We get a lot of the same questions from patients who are first learning about dental insurance, so we have compiled some of the most common below. If you still find your question unanswered here, please do not hesitate to get in touch with the experts at Creative Smiles.
How Much Does Dental Insurance Cost?
You or your employer will pay for your dental insurance in the form of a monthly premium that usually hovers around $50 for an individual and $150 for a family.
What Is a Premium? Copayment? Maximum?
These are important words when it comes to dental insurance coverage.
- Premium: The monthly payment you or your employer make in exchange for your membership in your insurance plan.
- Copayment: The portion of money you will have to pay for services.
- Maximum: The highest amount of money your insurance will pay for your dental treatments during a calendar year.
What Does My Insurance Cover?
While the specific details of your insurance coverage will vary based on certain specifics decided upon enrollment, dental insurance will cover 100% of the cost of preventive care and 80% to 50% of restorative treatments.
Let’s Discuss Your Coverage in Detail!
The best way to make the most out of your dental insurance coverage is by partnering with a dentist who accepts your plan. And in Clintonville, that means Creative Smiles! Contact us to discuss your insurance coverage or to schedule an appointment today.