Dental insurance provides many options depending on your provider. We accept many different dental insurances which allow you to keep your options open when you visit Solterra Dentistry. Scroll down to learn more about which dental insurances we accept and how to leverage your current plan!
We are always adding new providers and finding new ways to save our patients money and maximize their dental insurance plans. Currently, we accept the following Insurances and more! Contact us to check if we take your insurance.Call Now
Dental insurance can be a complicated part of your dental care. Dental insurance works like many other insurances, where a monthly premium is paid, giving you coverage for certain procedures and visits. With our team of highly trained insurance coordinators, we are able to maximize your benefits and help you get the care you seek. Dental insurance is unique from other insurances because it actually prioritizes preventative treatments such as routine teeth cleanings, dental exams and cavity fillings. This is because dental insurance companies know that preventative care is the most important thing to maintain your oral health. Dental insurances are less likely to work with you on more cosmetic procedures and treatments, but it can be surprising what they are willing to assist payment with.
Dental insurance covers part of your visit, with variance depending on your plan, needs, etc. We have a team of highly trained specialist that will work to make sure you are taking advantage of your dental plans. As with most healthcare and insurance related endeavors, dental insurance has a great amount of variance in terms of what policy you may have, what that policy covers and how often it covers treatments. As a general rule of thumb, insurances usually can cover a size-able portion of preventative dentistry procedures such as teeth cleanings, exams and cavity fillings. As the procedures get more costly and cosmetic in nature, dental insurances are less likely to cover the full amount. For restorative procedures like root canals, extractions and others, dental insurance will usually cover up to 50% of the cost. Cosmetic procedures such as smile makeovers, teeth whitening and veneers are usually less likely to be covered by your dental insurance provider.