Questions Regarding Insurance from our Prescott Patients

At Hicks Dental Group, our goal is to provide the highest quality of dental care in Prescott. We use state-of-the-art technology and offer advanced options for treating any type of tooth, gum, or oral cavity condition. As a result, our patients have reported feeling well-cared for and have expressed that their needs were well-addressed. And that includes our staff’s effective handling of questions regarding insurance from our Prescott patients.

Our front office staff has worked with dental insurance companies for years, and they’re knowledgeable about a variety of dental plans. Once they have all of your insurance information, they will gladly review with you all copay costs, procedure costs, dental cleaning costs, and any other insurance details associated with your visit. If the dentist recommends that you schedule an appointment for a dental procedure—for example, a filling for an existing cavity—our staff will help you understand the cost of the procedure, based on your current rates with your dental insurance plan. Part of their job in coordinating costs involves working with your dental insurance to see which procedures or next steps will be the most affordable, so you can get the care you need, at the best cost.

Since every dental care plan is different, make sure to bring your insurance card with you when you visit our office. We’ll work with you to accurately assess your insurance information and look at any coverage details or quotations that have been given for procedures, to be certain the information is accurate. We want you to understand the costs involved in getting the care you need. For years, our front office staff has been fielding questions regarding insurance from our Prescott patients, with the goal of helping to remove any confusion in the complicated world of insurances. It’s one more service we provide you as part of our goal to give you the best dental care possible in Prescott.

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