How can Dolton area patients save on dental care
At Pleasant Dental®, we want our patients to save on dental care. This is why our Dolton area practice helps patients make the best use of their dental insurance coverage. Many employers provide coverage for dental care, and some patients have it, but fail to use it to its full potential.
Many dental insurance plans provide coverage for preventative care, such as two appointments a year for cleanings and examinations. Patients may have to pay an initial copay but this is minor in comparison to the full cost. If patients have any issues that need to be addressed, such as cavities, root canals, or dental crowns, they may receive the services at a discounted cost due to the coverage by their insurance plan.
Dental insurance plans can be a wonderful way to help reduce the cost of preventative and restorative dental care. Most plans do not cover cosmetic dentistry, but this can often be broken down in payment plans. Dr. Dean Dietrich encourages patients to take care of the function and health of their smile before considering cosmetic work.
Dental insurance plans will often cover partial or full cost of preventative care and restorations, which may include:
- Cleanings and examinations
- Periodontal disease treatment
- Fillings for cavities
- Dental crowns and bridges
- Inlays and onlays
Patients with dental insurance coverage are encouraged to contact their provider to find out what percent of other treatments are covered by their insurance plan.
If you want to save on dental care, now is the time to learn about the advantages of dental insurance coverage. Contact the team of Pleasant Dental® today to book an appointment with Dr. Dean Dietrich and find out how dental insurance coverage can reduce your overall dental care costs. We want our patients to have access to financial assistance whenever possible, and if patients do not have dental insurance coverage, or access to it, we may be able to provide financing and payment plans that suit their budget. Contact us now to learn more.
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