Dental insurance is one of the most effective ways to pay for preventive treatments without breaking the bank. Of course, you can also save money on treatments by having a dental plan, especially if it’s in-network with our dental office. Dr. Crofoot accepts multiple PPO plans, and our team members would be more than happy to help you navigate the many details of your policy. We’ll also go out of our way to make sure you’re getting the most bang for your buck when it comes time to pay for treatment.
Unlike medical insurance, dental insurance is meant to be used on a regular basis. While medical insurance is typically reserved for emergencies, serious injuries or illnesses, dental insurance is mostly used to cover the cost of preventive treatments. With routine checkups, cleanings, and X-rays, you can avoid most dental emergencies and save money on restorative or emergency treatments. It’s just part of staying proactive on your long-term oral health!
Your dental insurance is going to be quite different compared to other plans, which is why it’s always important to look over the details either on your insurance provider’s website or over the phone with an agent. However, most dental plans do cover treatments largely in the same way. The breakdown typically looks like this:
Cornerstone Dental of Rexburg is proud to work with various PPO dental plans for your convenience. Before you visit our dental office, take a moment to review the plans that we are currently in-network with.
Your dental insurance is going to be quite different compared to other plans, which is why it’s always important to look over the details either on your insurance provider’s website or over the phone with an agent. However, most dental plans do cover treatments largely in the same way.
Here are the insurance providers we are in-network with:
Don’t See Your Plan? Ask our friendly team if we take your plan.
Being in-network simply means that we have agreed to predetermined fees for specific services. These fees are generally lower than what you would pay if you were out-of-network, but that isn’t always the case. There are instances where the out-of-network rate is actually comparable to what you’d pay for being in-network.