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Delta dental

35 New Plans!

Driscoll Pregnant Women/Medicaid Value Add
Driscoll CHIP Perinate/CHIP Value Add
Superior Star Health (Foster Care) Medicaid Child
Superior Star Pregnant Women /Medicaid Value Add
Superior Star Plus /Medicaid Value Add
Superior Star Plus Waiver/ Medicaid Adult
Superior Intellectual & Developmental Disabilities (IDD)/Medicaid Adult
Superior Star Plus Nursing Facility /Medicaid Value Add
Superior MMP (Duals)/Dual (MMP)
Dell Children’s Health Plan CHIP Perinate/Medicaid Value Add
Dell Children’s Health Plan STAR /Medicaid Value Add
Amerigroup Star Plus Waiver/Medicaid Adult
Amerigroup Star Plus Nursing Facility/Medicaid Value Add
Cigna HealthSpring Star Plus/Medicaid Value Add
Cigna HealthSpring Star Plus Wavier/Medicaid Adult
Cigna HealthSpring Intellectual & Developmental Disabilities(IDD)/ Medicaid Adult
Cigna HealthSpring Star Plus Nursing Facility/Medicaid Value Add
Cigna HealthSpring Care Plan/Dual (MMP) non-waiver
Cigna HealthSpring Care Complete Plan/Dual (MMP) wavier
Cigna HealthSpring Advantage (HMO) 009/Medicare
Cigna HealthSpring Total Care (HMO SNP) 010/Medicare
Cigna HealthSpring Preferred (HMO) 025/Medicare
Cigna HealthSpring Preferred (HMO) 026/Medicare
Cigna HealthSpring TotalCare (HMO SNP) 027/Medicare
Cigna HealthSpring TotalCare (HMO SNP) 029/ Medicare
Cigna HealthSpring Preferred (PPO) 001/Medicare
Cigna HealthSpring Advantage (PPO) 002/Medicare
Cigna HealthSpring Preferred (HMO) 028/Medicare
Christus HIX/Exchange
Christus Medicare/Medicare
Blue Cross Blue Shield/Medicaid
Clover Health Medicare Dental/Medicare
Aetna Better Health Medicare/Medicare
WellCare Medicare/Medicare
TX CareAdvantage Complete/Medicare

Please call our office to confirm that your plan is accepted.

Non-surgical root canal treatments
Treatments are performed by licensed general dentists with additional training in root canal therap
Complex cases may be referred to a specialist
Diagnosis & post treatment report will follow patient visits
Patient will return to referring dentist for final restoration and other necessary dental treatment
Treatment rooms with TV’s for maximum patient comfort



*MCNA & DentaQuest Medicaid/CHIP/Traditional Medicaid/Cash/PPO Insurance*

Facts You Should Know

About Dental Insurance

As an optimum care dental specialty practice, we strongly believe our patients deserve the best possible dental services we can provide. In an effort to maintain our highest quality of care, we would like to share some facts about dental insurance with you.

About Dental

Your dental insurance is based upon a contract made between you, your employer and a specified insurance company. Should questions arise regarding your dental insurance benefits, it is best for you to contact your employer or insurance company directly.

Dental insurance benefits differ greatly from general health insurance benefits. In 1971, your dental insurance benefits were approximately $1,000 per year. Now, more than three decades later, you will note that your benefits are still $1,000 per year. Calculating a 6% rate of inflation per year, you should be receiving $5,000 per year in dental benefits. Your premiums have increased, but your benefits have not. Therefore, dental insurance is never a pay-all; it is only an aid.

You may also receive notification from your insurance company stating that dental fees are “higher than usual and customary.”  An insurance company surveys a geographic area, calculates an average fee, takes 80% of that fee and considers it customary.  Included in this survey are discount dental clinics and managed care facilities, which bring down the average.  The fee for services by a dental specialist in private practice will have fees that insurance companies define as higher than “usual and customary.”

Many plans tell their participants that they will be covered “up to 80% or up to 100%” but do not clearly specify plan fee schedule allowance, annual maximum or limitations.  It is more realistic to expect dental insurance to cover 35% to 65% of major services.  Remember, the amount a plan pays is determined by how much the employer put in, less the profits of the insurance company.

Insurance companies DO NOT cover many routine dental services.

All minor patients (under the age of 18) must be accompanied by a parent or legal guardian for all appointments and must remain with the patient until treatment is completed.

Please be sure to bring proper photo ID and insurance card.