Revere Dentist That Takes Blue Cross Blue Shield Dental Insurance
All Pro Dental provides family and adult dental care solutions for the Greater Boston area and is located in Revere Massachusetts. If you live in the area and have Blue Cross Blue Shield dental insurance, let us know. We would be happy to discuss coverage with you.
For more information including a full list of the insurance providers we accept, please visit our payment options page. And if you have any specific questions about your insurance provisions or would like to know more about our dental services please give us a call at (781) 853-0111.
Learn More About Your Dental Coverage
For the most up to date information on your dental insurance and coverage we always recommend that patients check the website belonging to their insurance. If you have Blue Cross Blue Shield insurance, make sure to check with your provider to see what is covered under your plan.
What Does Blue Cross Blue Shield Dental Insurance Cover?
Like many insurance policies, Blue Cross Blue Shield works by dividing different dental procedures into different groups. These groups include Classes A-D as well as an annual deductible that only applies to classes A-C. In this page we will discuss the different classes of dental procedures that we provide at our office in Revere and what they mean for your specific coverage. However, if you have specific questions about your personal coverage and the services you will receive at All Pro Dental, we highly recommend contacting our team so they can provide more specific answers for your questions.
What Are Class A (Basic) Dental Procedures?
Blue Cross Blue Shield defines Class A procedures as the basic dental procedures that are often considered necessary. They include routine dental exams, cleanings, x-rays, and dental sealants. These procedures are common for children and adults and are recommended every six months or every year. For instance, you are recommended and covered to get two dental exams and cleanings per year, and usually recommended to get x-rays only once per year. These procedures are designed for the upkeep and maintenance of your dental health and can protect your teeth as well as track any signs of gum disease or dental decay. If you are going to an in-network dental office it is common to pay nothing for these services. However, out of network dental offices will have different percentages based on your type of coverage. Please visit the Blue Cross Blue Shield website for more info.
What Are Class B (Intermediate) Dental Procedures?
There are a variety of general dentistry and restorative services that a patient might need to help intervene in a dental health problem. Gum disease treatments like scaling, oral surgery, and dental fillings are all examples of intermediate dental procedures as defined by Blue Cross Blue Shield. Depending on your coverage, you could pay less than half of the total cost of these procedures when going to an in-network dentist, and pay more than half if going to an out-network office.
What Are Class C (Major) Dental Procedures?
There are larger procedures that often are used to handle restorative dental issues including dental bridge installation, root canal procedures, dental crowns, and dentures that are all considered to be Class C by Blue Cross Blue Shield. These procedures are often used to either prevent tooth loss due to decay or help handle tooth loss by installing a bridge or dentures. Depending on your coverage plan you could pay as low as half for these procedures and as high as 80%.
What Are Class D (Orthodontic) Dental Procedures?
There is a unique class of dental procedures that Blue Cross Blue Shield differentiates from the rest of dental work. These are orthodontic procedures which are designed to straighten teeth, close gaps, and provide a more aligned tooth structure. For adults and children, Blue Cross Blue Shield pays half for orthodontic services up to a certain cap depending on whether you work within your network or outside of your network and depending on what insurance plan you have.
Dental Services Provided By All Pro Dental
As a Blue Cross Blue Shield dentist located in Revere Massachusetts, we offer a variety of dental procedures for kids, teens, and parents that fall under the various coverage options that Blue Cross Blue Shield. Whether you need a regular dental cleaning, a dental filling, or other restorative dental procedures, we would be happy to help.
If you have any questions about any of our dental services, please give us a call. We would be happy to discuss setting up an appointment for dental cleanings or other procedures.
It is recommended that adults and children see a dentist twice a year for routine check-ups. Not only do these check-ups help protect your teeth, they can also help prevent damage to your teeth and gums by finding early signs of dental decay before they spread.
We also provide many other dental services to help with restorative and cosmetic dental issues.
Why Choose All Pro Dental
Everyone who has teeth should be seeing the dentist at least twice a year. Whether you are child, a teen, or an adult we could all use help protecting our teeth and preventing medical issues caused by poor oral health. We understand that cost and insurance can often be a factor when choosing when to go to the dentist. If you are worried about the affordability of necessary dental services, please contact us or visit our page on different payment methods. If you or a member of your family would like an appointment with our dental office in Revere, contact us today to schedule an appointment!
At All Pro Dental we understand that for many children (and some adults) the dentist can bring on certain anxieties. That is why we work hard to provide a dental space that is both comforting and educational. We want you and your families to feel confident in your dental procedures and to learn more about dental health when you visit us.
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