Your Manahawkin Cigna Dentist
If you are fortunate to have dental insurance for your family, then it makes sense to see a dentist that is in-network on your plan. Doing so can help you save money on the necessary dental treatments you need to have a smile that is healthy and beautiful. Dr. Robert Young is your Cigna Dental dentist in Manahawkin. As such, he can offer you outstanding dental services at a cost you can afford. Read on to learn more about the advantages of having Cigna Dental at Young Dentistry.
The Basics of Cigna Dental Insurance
Whether you have Cigna dental insurance through work or an individual plan, your benefits ensure that both preventive and restorative dentistry are more affordable. With Cigna Dental benefits you are essentially part of a membership club that offers discounts on services you use regularly.
Your oral health is an important part of your overall well being. Therefore, Cigna Dental insurance plans cover dental two examinations and cleanings each year, one set of digital x-rays and, depending on your plan, and possibly topical fluoride treatments and dental sealants for children. If we spot a problem such as tooth decay or gum disease, then the restorative dentistry needed may be fully or partially covered by your plan.
Take Advantage of Your Cigna Dental Insurance
Cigna Dental offers three slightly different plans:
- Cigna Dental Preventive
- Cigna Dental 1000
- Cigna Dental 1500
Regardless of your plan, you can count on receiving quality oral health care at Young Dentistry as well as exceptional customer service. For you convenience, our office will be glad to file all of your claim forms. All you have to do is pay the percentage that you owe for any particular service—if any payment is due at all—and we’ll take care of the rest. You’ll never have to worry about reimbursement, because we will receive full payment from Cigna Dental.
Using Your Cigna Dental Insurance Benefits
Although Cigna Dental’s three insurance plans differ slightly from one another, they do have something in common: they are limited and they expire at the close of each calendar year. This means that it’s in the best interest of your smile and your wallet to schedule necessary dental care in a timely manner. There’s no point in paying the premium for benefits and then simply letting them run out at the end of the year.
With this in mind, Dr. Young and his team want to encourage you to be sure and schedule twice-yearly checkups for each member of the family. Not only are these visits fully covered, but also they are the best way to ensure the health and beauty of your smile for many, many years.