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Delta Dental Insurance

Dentist holding tooth x-rayDelta Dental insurance is a popular choice for our patients, and we are pleased to be in-network with this excellent provider. Quality oral surgery care should fit squarely into your budget, after all -- and with a plan like Delta Dental, it will. Keep reading to learn more about how Delta Dental works and how we can help you make the most out of your investment when you use your benefits at Altitude Oral and Facial Surgery.

Does Delta Dental Insurance Cover Oral Surgery?

The purpose of any dental insurance plan is to make it easier to afford the services you need to keep your smile healthy and clean to prevent tooth loss and oral disease over a lifetime. And sometimes, that means getting an oral surgery -- which is why Delta Dental insurance provides some coverage for many oral procedures.

Why Choose an In-Network Dentist?

Older couple looking at computerVisiting an in-network dentist is the best way to make using dental insurance easy, because it means you will not have to pay anything extra out of pocket upfront. We will accept the portion you are required to pay at the time of the service and then file the claim to ensure we receive the full payment from Delta Dental later on. That means you do not have to spend any time waiting on a reimbursement to come after the fact. What’s more, some Delta Dental plans actually offer higher coverage for visiting an in-network dentist.

How Can I Make the Most out of My Benefits?

Couple smilingWe can perform a verification of benefits to find out just what you are eligible for and how much you can expect to save. You can also always review your benefits online by logging into the Delta Dental website. We can help you understand the details that are listed there if you need assistance.

Delta Dental insurance will cover a portion of some of the most common oral procedures, including wisdom teeth removal, tooth extractions, and periodontal treatment. A pre-treatment estimate will help you plan for exactly what you can expect to pay.

Most dental insurance plans work on a calendar year, and unused benefits will not rollover from one year to the next. After you have met your deductible, it is important to take care of anything you need to have completed to reach as close to your annual maximum as possible. The annual maximum can be as much as $1,500 per year. We can help you make strategic decisions on timing your oral care to ensure you get the most out of your dental insurance benefits.

Questions? Contact Us Today

Using your dental insurance for an oral procedure can be confusing -- but not when you partner with an in-network dentist! To learn more about Delta Dental and how we can help you make the most out of your plan, you are invited to contact Fangman Oral and Facial Surgery today.