We Are Open – Safety is Our Top Priority!
We’ve reopened in accordance with CDC, O.S.H.A., and State Dental Board guidelines to responsibly resume seeing our patients for regular dental appointments and treatment. We want to assure you of the measures we take to maintain a clean and safe environment so you can continue to receive needed dental care without fear or concern.
We Accept Dental Insurance Plans in Chesapeake
If you have dental insurance through your employer, like the majority of our insured patients, your employer is likely sharing the cost of your dental care with you. As the plan purchaser, your employer has a contract with the dental insurance company that determines your co-pay, your deductible and more. We see patients with insurance from the same provider paying different amounts for the same dental services.
What Do I Look for in a Dentist Near Me Who Accepts My Insurance?
When you ask, “Where do I find a dentist near me who accepts my insurance,” you will want to consider your needs. If your dental health is poor, you may want to find a dentist in Chesapeake by insurance who offers comprehensive services, so you won’t need referrals to specialists. If you’re nervous about visiting a dentist, you should look for one that offers sedation dentistry. We work with many insurance companies, so please call us and see if we can meet your unique needs.
When you find a dentist in Chesapeake by insurance, make sure that you can use your benefits at their office. If you have an HMO plan, you only have coverage if you use a dentist that accepts HMO insurance, and he or she is in your network. With a PPO plan, you have more freedom to select a dentist, however, when you visit a dentist that accepts PPO insurance, you will receive the maximum reimbursement.
Where Do I Learn How to Use My Dental Insurance with a Dentist in Chesapeake Wisely?
A preventative exam is the best way to use your plan wisely. Afterwards, you should talk to your dentist that takes insurance about what treatment you need immediately and what you can put off. It’s likely that you’re limit to a certain dollar amount of benefits each year, so if you need work that exceeds your maximum, you may want to consider putting off any work that your dentist agrees can wait. It’s essential to learn the answers to these question if you want to be smart about using your benefits:
- Which dentist takes my insurance?
- Do I have a maximum dollar amount of benefits that I can use each year?
- Are there limits to the number of procedures, such as only one crown per year, that I’m covered for?
- How many teeth cleanings are covered per year?
- How are emergencies handled?
- Does my insurance cover dental implants?
- Is TMJ treatment covered by dental insurance?
- Will my dental insurance cover orthodontics?
- Will my dental insurance pay for dentures?
Since you are ultimately responsible for your entire bill, we would be glad to request a predetermination of benefits from your insurance company.
We Want You to Smile Confidently
You’ll find a dentist that takes insurance who cares about your dental health and your smile right here at Konikoff Dental Associates Battlefield Boulevard. When your teeth and gums are healthy, you can smile confidently, and a little more self-confidence never hurts. Whatever obstacles your teeth present that keep your from smiling, we are certain that we can create a treatment plan for you. Contact our office today to schedule your appointment.
Insurances We Accept
- Anthem (BCBS)
- Blue Cross & Blue Shield
- Care First
- Connection Dental
- Delta Dental Premier®
- Dentalworks (Workman’s Comp)
- Lincoln Financial
- Medicare Advantage (Seniors 65+)
- One Call (Workman’s Comp)
- Reliance Standard Life
- TriCare (Military)
- United Concordia
- United Healthcare