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Dental & Vision insurance plans are types of health insurance
designed to pay a portion of the costs associated with dental care.
several different types of individual, family, or group dental
insurance plans grouped into three primary categories:
Indemnity (or sometimes called: true dental insurance) which
allows you to see any dentist you want who accepts insurance,
Preferred Provider Network dental plans (PPO; briefly discussed
below), and dental Health Managed Organizations (DHMO) in
which you are assigned to an in-network dentist or in-network
dental office and must stay within that network to receive your
Generally dental offices have a fee schedule, or a list of prices
for the dental services or procedures they offer. Dental
insurance companies have similar fee schedules which are
generally based on Usual and Customary dental services, an average of fees in your area.
When a dentist signs a contract with a dental insurance company that provider agrees to match the insurance fee schedule and give their customers a reduced cost for services, this is considered an In-Network Provider or Participating Provider network (PPO). Depending on your specific plan, if you seek an Out-of-Network or Non-Participating Provider, any difference of fees will become the financial responsibility of the patient unless otherwise specified in your dental policy.
Some dental insurance plans may have waiting periods. This is a period of time before certain benefits will be covered. Generally set in place when you are a new enrollee or seek out an independent plan outside of an employer or group policy. Some dental insurance plans may have an annual maximum benefit limit. Thus, once the annual maximum benefit is exhausted and additional treatments may become the patient's responsibility. Each year that annual maximum is reissued. The reissued date may vary as a calendar year, company fiscal year, or date of enrollment based on your specific plan.