Dental Specialty Center of Cape Coral
821 Cape Coral Parkway West, Unit 5, Cape Coral, FL 33914
Today, about half of all employers offer dental insurance, with a few paying the entire cost, a few contributing nothing and the majority of employers paying a portion of the cost. If you have employer-sponsored dental insurance, you may see others in our office with the same insurance, who are paying different amounts for the same services. This is most likely because their employer is contributing a different amount to the plan’s cost.
It is easy to find a dentist in Cape Coral by insurance plan. If your employer offers an HMO plan, you have to designate one dentist that accepts HMO insurance in your network to be your primary dental care provider. Ask your insurance company about using a non-network dentist in an emergency if you frequently travel. With a PPO plan, you can visit any dentist that accepts PPO insurance; however, you’ll save more by picking an in-network dentist.
We partner with numerous insurance companies; contact us at (239) 230-2026 to check if yours is one we accept. If so, we would be happy to arrange an appointment for you.
Typically, there is no waiting period for examinations, however, if you need a root canal or a crown, you’ll probably have to wait if you want your dental insurance to cover at least a portion of the cost. We know that there are times that our patients cannot wait, so we offer economical services and flexible financing options. Call our office at (239) 230-2026 if you’re looking for, “a dentist near me who accepts my insurance.”
Call your insurance provider if you’ve thought, “How do I find out how to use my dental insurance with a dentist in Cape Coral?” And, when you check with your insurance company, you should also ask these questions:
If you need to find a dentist in Cape Coral by insurance plan, contact our office. At Dental Specialty Center of Cape Coral, we make our patients dental health our top priority. We will motivate you to take good care of your teeth by brushing at least twice a day and flossing, in addition to getting regular exams and teeth cleanings. If you have any questions about how to take care of your teeth properly, we would be happy to answer any of your questions. Call us today if you want to schedule an appointment with a dentist that puts your dental health first.