We Accept Your Delta Dental Insurance in Greater Heights!
Patients of Sunrise Dental appreciate how convenient it is to partner with us on their oral healthcare journey -- and a big part of that is owing to the fact that we accept dental insurance plans like Delta Dental insurance. Greater Heights dentist Dr. Ahn Song and his partners know that dental insurance is a significant investment in your budget, and we want to help you make the most out of it. Keep reading to learn more about how dental insurance works at our office and how we can help you save today!
How Does Delta Dental Insurance Work?
Like most dental insurance plans, you or your employer pay for Delta Dental monthly in the form of a premium. In exchange for this amount, which usually ranges around $50/month, you are eligible to receive full coverage or steep savings on the treatments you need to maintain a healthy smile for a lifetime.
Visiting an in-network dentist is important because it means you will receive your savings immediately, without having to pay money out-of-pocket and wait for reimbursements to come weeks or even months later. When you visit our office for a service that is fully covered by your plan (more on coverage below), zero money exchanges hands. For anything else, simply pay the portion you owe at the time of your appointment. We will file the claim and make sure it goes through properly to get the full payment later on.
What Is Covered By Delta Dental?
While the specifics of your coverage will depend on how much you pay as a monthly premium, your Delta Dental insurance plan should fully cover basic preventive services like two checkups and cleanings per year along with a set of X-rays annually. Should you need additional treatments, like restorative care for a cavity or aching tooth, you can expect your dental care to cover from 50% to 80% of the cost, depending on the complexity of the service being administered.
Making the Most of Your Plan
As your Delta Dental provider in Greater Heights, the Sunrise Dental team can perform a verification of benefits. This is when we call your provider to learn the specific details of your coverage, including what services are covered under your plan, how much you have remaining to meet your deductible, and other important information. Based on what we learn, we can provide specific tips to help you stretch your benefits.
Some of this advice may include...
- Scheduling and attending two checkups and cleanings per year
- Completing restorative dental care in the same year if your deductible has been met
- Reaching as close as possible to your annual maximum before the year is over
- Maintaining excellent oral hygiene to avoid the need for restorative dental care altogether
Schedule an Appointment Today!
If you are looking for a dentist who takes your Delta Dental insurance in Greater Heights, don’t wait to get in touch with Sunrise Dental. Our team is pleased to offer personalized and comfortable care for patients of all ages -- and that means you and your family, too! We invite you to request an appointment today.