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Dental Insurance

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At Tulsa Dental Implants and Periodontics, our patients are the reason we exist.  We realize how expensive dental treatment can be.  That is why we choose to not only accept, but also contract with dental insurance companies to maximize your dental benefits.  We are an in-network provider for the following PPO plans:

Delta Dental
Blue Cross Blue Shield

We are constantly evaluating dental insurance contracts to allow more patients to benefit from their dental plans.  We are on your side and will do all that we can to be your advocate.  The following is a printable pamphlet discussing dental insurance.

Dental Insurance

FAQ’s about Dental Insurance

Q:  Does my dental insurance cover periodontal treatment?

A:  Most dental insurances will cover a portion of your periodontal treatment.  It is very rare to have dental insurance cover the whole cost of the procedure.   Plans usually also have a limit or a maximum amount that the insurance will pay.  Once you reach this maximum amount, the remainder of the treatment fees are your responsibility.  At our office, we try our best to give you an accurate estimate of the amount the insurance might pay and what the out of pocket expense will be for our patients.  We also offer many different payment options to help patients afford the treatment they need!

Q:  Does my dental insurance cover dental implants?

A:  Only a few insurance plans cover dental implants.  Most plans that cover dental implants only cover 50% of the implant cost.

Q:  Will my dental insurance cover all of my cleanings and exams?

A:  Again, all insurance plans are different for each individual.  Most insurances will cover 2 cleanings and 2 exams per year.  We’ve seen a limited number of patients who have benefits that exceed this.  With a patient battling periodontal disease, we recommend cleanings every 3-4 months.  This means that some of these cleanings or exams, although necessary, may be out of pocket for our patients.

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