Great news, Columbus community, we accept most major dental insurances, including Tricare! To better serve our military community and all citizens of Columbus and Phenix City, we work hard with all major insurance providers. This means more options for your dental care needs, no matter who your insurance provider may be.
By working with more companies, we can be available to the masses, providing much-needed dental care and cleaning options. If you’re new to Family Dentistry of Columbus or have recently switched dental insurance providers, simply give us a call and check in. We’ll discuss your options, as well as what we cover. From there, you can talk with your insurance provider about the specifics of your plan, as well as what’s covered and what portion may be due on your end.
Tricare’s Dental Coverage Options
If you use Tricare for your dental needs, you know that they use a third party to facilitate their dental insurance coverage. This allows users to get the coverage they need through a program that specializes in dental care needs. United Concordia is the most common provider for active duty service members and their families, while companies like MetLife serve retired military professionals.
If you use any form of Tricare for your health coverage, it’s a good idea for you to talk with them directly about your dental options, as well as which subsequent company you should reach out to about your dental coverage.
Additional Dental Insurance Companies
We know that life can throw you curveballs, and that means changing dental coverage options from time to time, often due to the change of a job, relocating, or simply shopping around and seeing what’s available. That’s why, at Family Dentistry of Columbus, we work hard to include major dental carriers. To help keep you covered.
Major carriers like Blue Cross and Blue Shield, Delta Dental, Cigna, and more all have their own individual plans and dental coverage options. If you are covered with these major dental care providers, take a look at your individual policy to see what it covers.
Remember, if you come to a checkup and need something that your dental provider does not cover, you can talk with your insurance company or update your plan. Certain plans also have coverage options after hitting your deductible, and more. Be sure you know the ins and outs of what your dental plan covers. Each one is nuanced and unique.
You can also talk with your insurance provider themselves to see what’s available to you, including any options to upgrade or adjust your dental insurance plan.
Give us a call today to discuss your coverage options, including if your dental insurance is accepted by Family Dentistry of Columbus, and what your treatment options are. We can help set you up with an appointment. We can also help discuss the names of treatment options for you to talk about with your dental insurance company.
To learn more, get in touch with us today.