Even if you’re receiving dental insurance benefits, you may not be making the most of them. At Renaissance Dental, we understand that dental insurance plans can be difficult to understand at first, especially if you’ve never used them before. We accept all PPO insurances. We get it, which is why we’ve employed team members who are experts in helping you get the most out of them. We’ll even file claims on your behalf. If you have a question, feel free to get in touch with us at any time!
There’s a reason dental insurance is separate from medical insurance. For one, medical insurance is usually meant to cover treatments for existing problems, while dental insurance is largely intended for preventive issues. This is because after a dental issue has developed, it doesn’t get any better on its own. Over time, the problem only gets worse. As a result, insurance providers encourage people to make the most of preventive treatments and minor restorative services.
While our dental office is in-network with Delta Dental only, we do accept all PPO insurances. Every dental plan has its own benefits, with most insurance companies following the 100-80-50 structure.
Each plan is going to have its own unique benefits and stipulations. With that said, their coverage structure typically looks like the following:
Need help understanding your benefits in more detail? We’ll explain them during your initial appointment!
At Renaissance Dental, we are pleased to accept Medicaid and CHIP at our dental office in Fort Worth. We know your child’s oral health is important to you, and we also understand that treatment can oftentimes be quite expensive. Fortunately, your child will receive top-of-the-line dental care that is affordable. Because they are prone to cavities and other problematic issues, our team can provide trusted services that are designed to keep teeth and gums healthy as they grow and develop into the next stage of life. Although Medicaid and CHIP are designed with preventive care in mind, our team will work to keep your costs low should your child need restorative or emergency dental assistance.