Question: Do you accept Delta Dental Insurance?
One of the many questions we are frequently asked is, “Do you accept Delta Dental?”
The answer is we welcome all patients whether you have insurance or not. We are an out-of-network dental provider, and as a courtesy, we will file your dental claim for you. All of our patients pay up front, if you have insurance, once your claim is submitted, you will be reimbursed directly from your insurance company based on your plan.
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You can click here to visit the Delta Dental home page if you would like to ask them any questions.
Please contact your dental insurance company to ask them if they work with out-of-network providers such as us. They can tell you right away if they do as well as how much they will cover for various dental procedures.
If you have any questions for you, please don’t hesitate to give us a call!
More about Delta Dental
Delta Dental Plans Association is a not-for-profit organization. Beginning in 1954, dentists and employers recognized the need to increase access to oral health care and formed dental service organizations in California, Oregon and Washington. In 1966, Delta Dental Plans Association was created in order to coordinate dental insurance for companies with employees in multiple states.
Today, Delta Dental Plans Association is comprised of a network of 39 independent Delta Dental companies operating in all 50 states. Together they provide coverage to more Americans than any other dental insurance company.
If you have a question about coverage please contact them by clicking here.
To get the most out of your insurance, it’s important to understand how it works. As with any dental plan, prevention is the key to keeping away dental diseases. Brushing and flossing every day and visiting your dentist regularly for checkups can help you avoid expensive dental treatments and their costs.
Many insurance plans pay most of the cost for routine dental checkups, including cleanings, x-rays, and examinations, in order to promote preventive care. Contact your agent to find out more.