How dental insurance works?
Dental insurance works a lot like health insurance. Each month you pay a premium (a set dollar amount) and when you visit the dentist, you may be responsible to pay a copay, if your plan includes copays. The dentist’s office will bill the insurance company directly for your care. Most preventive care visits, which often cover checkups and cleanings, are covered under your dental insurance plan. Your insurance company will pay the dentist directly for your preventive care visits while you are only responsible for your copay, if your plan includes copays.
Get a Healthy Smile
Did you know your teeth can last for a lifetime with the right care? Believe it or not, your smile will rely on more than just your toothbrush and floss. You should also see your dentist at least twice a year. It’s no secret dental care can be expensive, but that’s no reason to stop visiting your dentist. Now, it’s easier than ever to get the care you need without breaking the bank because you have dental insurance. We’ll help you get the healthy smile you deserve without worrying about a large bill.
Dental Insurance Coverage Availability & Fees
Dental insurance is a little different than your medical coverage because there are limits and maximums. Every month, you pay a premium for your insurance plan, which gives you access to the affordable services your teeth and gums need. You can visit your dentist 1 to 2 times per year for preventive care for only a small co-payment. If a problem arises, Primoridal is there for you. After paying your annual deductible, you’re given a yearly allowance to use toward the services you need.