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Dental Insurance | Why Can’t You Just “Write Off” The Amount That My Insurance Doesn’t Pay?

Dental Insurance | Why Can’t You Just “Write Off” the Amount That My Insurance Doesn’t Pay?

Dental insurance pay-out is based on a contract between a patient and an insurance company.  Unless a dentist signs into a related contract with that insurance company and essentially agrees to work for it, he/she legally is not obligated to work at a reduced fee for that company.  An "out-of-network" dentist works for the patient and not for a dental…

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Dental Insurance Question

Dental Insurance Question

Q: What do we do if both my wife and I have a lot of work that needs to be done, but our dental insurance will only cover about $1000? Many times a couple decides together to seek dental care at the same time.  With a little bit of creative financing and understanding of how dental insurance works both partners…

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Will My Dental Insurance Cover It?

Will My Dental Insurance Cover it?

This is probably the most common question that my office manager is asked in a day's time.  Although many people have some form of third-party assistance with their dental expenses, there is a false understanding that dental benefits are truly an "insurance," which typically is a safety net for unpredictable expenses.  For example, you carry fire, wind, and theft insurance…

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