Insurance, Preferred Providers, & Dental Insurance
How Dental Insurance Works
Some of our patients have dental insurance coverage as a benefit of employment, and others pay for coverage on their own. Dental insurance is a contract made with your employer and an insurance company. The insurance company has negotiated the benefits you receive under the contract terms, not Glaser Dental or our office. No relationship exists between our office and the insurance company.
In some cases, treatment that you need or want may not be covered by your insurance plan. It is also likely that the treatment covered by your insurance is not paid at 100%. You may also have a deductible that you must pay each year. If your deductible has not been met by the time of treatment, it will be included in your share of the payment.
What We Do To Help
We have extensive experience in helping you obtain the highest level of benefits to which you are entitled. We will use our resources to get as accurate an estimate as possible for your treatment. As a courtesy, we will submit your dental insurance forms for you. All forms must be complete, and we require a current copy of your insurance card. You are responsible for informing our office of any changes to your insurance before any treatment. Because the insurance reimbursement process is often very complicated, please understand that we may need your assistance in some instances to help us process your claim. In rare cases and despite our best efforts, our office may be unable to resolve every issue with your insurance company.