Dental Insurance in Delray Beach, FL
Advanced Dentistry South Florida is proud to be a participating provider in many dental plans. There are no surprises with us. We will explain to you what your dental benefits mean and what is covered, plus the portion you may owe out of pocket. Be sure to use your yearly maximum listed in your benefits. If you don’t use the money given to you by your insurance provider by December 31st of each year, you will lose whatever is left. This means that if you have $5,000 in benefits, but you only used $2,000 for the year, you’ve just lost your remaining $3,000 because you didn’t visit your dentist by the end of the year. Don’t get left out!
What Dental Insurance Do You Accept?
We are proud to accept most major insurance. A brief list of a few providers we accept is below. Remember that this is only a brief list. If you do not see your provider, please contact us.
Aetna Direct Access | Aetna Dental | Ameritas | BCBS/FEP | Blue Cross/Blue Shield | Cigna Dental | Cigna Direct Access | Comp Benefits | CSA | Delta Dental | Dental Wellness Partners | Dentemax | DNOA PrePaid Plan | Florida Combined Life | GEHA | Guardian Life | Humana | MetLife Dental | Metrodent | SIDS | UFT | United Concordia | United HealthCare
What Does Dental Insurance Cover?
Normally, most dental insurance will cover routine hygiene visits, annual X-rays and your annual exam at 100%. Not all dental procedures are covered 100%, though. Restorative cases are usually partially covered, but most cosmetic cases are not. However, we urge you to contact our office to get more information as insurance may change from time to time.
Contact Our Office Today
While dental insurance may be confusing at times, remember that our dental professionals are here to help. Advanced Dentistry South Florida is a provider for other plans as well as those listed above. If your insurance is not listed, please contact the office for further assistance at 561-495-2099.
This list is subject to change without notification. We strongly encourage you to contact our office to verify that we are still a provider with your dental plan or to find out if we are a provider before scheduling an appointment.