We accept most major dental insurance plans. However, just because we accept coverage from specific insurance companies does not necessarily mean we accept your specific plan. It’s important to consult with your insurance company to determine if Omega Dental is covered by your policy. We are able to help submit this information to your insurance company and provide the type of coverage you will receive at our location. Please submit your insurance information in the form below and we will contact you and answer any questions you may have regarding your insurance coverage.
Increase Your Compensation By Maximizing Utilization Of Your Dental Benefits
Dental Benefit Plans are very different from Medical Insurance Coverage. Plans are usually capped at a relatively low dollar amount ($500-$2,000) and often require the patient to pay a copay prior to receiving benefits. However, that does not mean that you should ignore dental benefit plans offered by employers. If a plan is offered, it can be a great way of giving yourself a raise, especially if you have dental care that should be addressed.
- Most dental benefit plans do not roll over
are useit or lose it type benefits.
- Some dental benefit plans require you to see a dentist in a specific limited dental network
- You can often use your Health Savings Account (HSA) or Flexible Spending Account (FSA) to pay your co-pays
- Understanding frequency limitations can dramatically improve your benefits reimbursement
- How often are cleanings and exams benefited?
- How often are x-rays benefited?
- Do I have benefits for orthodontics?