Dental Insurance to Minimize Out-of-Pocket Costs for Dental Treatments
Dental insurance is an important service for many families in Bloomingdale, IL. With the right dental plan, you can pay a monthly fee to minimize the out-of-pocket costs at the time of treatment. It is important that you have complete dental coverage so that you can access dental treatments when they are needed. Quality dental care doesn’t have to cost a lot of money when you have good dental insurance to cover a portion of the costs.
At Flex Dental, we understand the importance of maximizing your insurance coverage to minimize costs. We are proactive when it comes to maintaining a strong knowledge of the most popular dental plans in the area, and happy to assist with billing as needed for your treatments.
Affordable Dental Insurance for Preventive and General Dental Treatments
Most dental insurance plans will cover the general services that are needed, especially when the services are preventing bigger dental issues in the future. For example, many insurance plans will cover 80% – 100% for an exam and cleaning twice a year. These appointments are essential to identify treatments that will protect your dental health.
Coverage for fillings, crowns, root canals and other services vary depending on the coverage of your insurance plan. So, it is important to ask questions about your coverage before you choose these dental procedures. Having good insurance gives you the option to access the treatments when they are needed, instead of procrastinating the services and risking the progression of the problems.
What if You Don’t Have Dental Insurance?
Just because you don’t have insurance, doesn’t mean that you can’t get the dental treatments you need. We offer many payment options to match your needs, including our Preventative Plus Savings Plan, described in more detail below. Discounts are available when cash is paid at the time of treatment. Since we don’t have the administrative costs of insurance billing, we are happy to offer a discount to customers who pay cash for their dental treatments.
Other payment options include check, credit card, and debit card. You also might consider financing options if you are unable to pay for all of your services on the day of treatment. Talk to our team, and we can share details about resources that might be available for costs associated with dental work.
If you have questions about your insurance coverage, then you should talk to the provider for more information. You are also welcome to call our office in Bloomingdale, IL. Our team at Flex Dental is here to answer your questions!