If you have dental insurance through an employer, you might assume it will pretty much cover everything at the dentist, right?
Nope. It doesn’t work like that. At all.
Dental insurance is not a blank check. It’s not at all like medical insurance or car insurance. It’s very, very limited in what it actually does for people.
My practice has spent a lot of time and money helping people understand their dental insurance. We’ve created this to-the-point Dental Insurance FAQ to help people understand how dental insurance actually works. And I can’t begin to calculate the amount of time we’ve spent battling with dental insurance companies on behalf of our patients.
That’s why I’ve brought on Lacey and Martha of Meridian Financial Services, to help my patients advocate when it comes to maximizing benefits from their dental insurance.
In this video, I speak with Lacey and Martha about how and why dental insurance is entirely different than just about any other type of insurance, how dental insurance mostly covers preventative procedures such as cleanings, and more topics.
If you have dental insurance, Lacey and Martha are here to help you get the most out of it.
Whether or not you have dental insurance, Moonlight Beach Dental has created an alternative to insurance that actually helps people save money at the dentist.