But Going Without Coverage Is Taking A Gamble
When you have an emergency situation on your hands, can you afford to have a waiting period for your dental plan? If you don’t have coordinating dental coverage, you might have to.
Preventive dental care is essential, and emergency procedures often can’t wait. You may also experience:
Take a proactive approach for the future health of your teeth and gums and get the right dental coverage for you and your family.
Checkups and cleanings
Crowns and implants
Other orthodontic services
PPO dental plans, also known as full coverage dental plans, are the most common type of dental plan because they:
It’s critical to have dental insurance if you want to avoid paying out of pocket for routine and emergency dental services. Visiting a dentist for either one can vary in price greatly without coverage.
Here are a few more examples of the estimated cost difference for common dental services for an uninsured patient compared to an insured patient:
Cleaning: $90-$200 / $0 OR is partially covered with insurance
Root canal: $1,000+ / $200-$500 with insurance
Metal braces: $5,000-$6,000 / $3,000 with insurance
Call 713-806-5966 or schedule a consultation with Diana Reeves today to find a dental plan that works for you.
Most dental insurance plans cover a single visit to the dentist every 6 months or 2 times a year. This type of visit will usually include a cleaning, basic assessment, and fluoride treatment.
It’s recommended that you do not wait for emergency dental care. It’s also important to know that most dental insurance plans will have a waiting period for many dental services.
However, if you would like to explore your options, call Diana Reeves immediately at 713-806-5966 to find a plan you can use right away without a waiting period. In the future, the best course of action is to plan ahead and find dental coverage that specifically handles emergency care.