We accept most dental insurance. We are preferred providers for the active duty United Concordia, Blue Cross Blue Shield of Tennessee except the Federal Government Plans, Doral-Tenncare* for Children, and we are Premier Providers for All the Delta Dentals. The following are different types of insurance plans. Make sure you know which one you have. Also, know your insurance, what it covers, what it doesn’t cover, if your have any waiting periods, exclusions, etc…

Metlife Insurance-Beneficiaries receive exams, cleanings, and x-rays at no additional cost.

*Doral. We only accept this for patients 20 years old and younger.

Types of dental insurance plans:

Indemnity Plans
Traditional insurance where a third party – an insurance company or administrator – provides service payment to your provider for a monthly premium paid by you or your employer. Any provider accepting the insurance can provide services. Normally, benefit coverage includes a stated individual and family deductible, annual benefit maximum, and co-insurance for covered services.

Preferred Provider Organization (PPO) (Make sure you can come to us)
A benefit plan where the member can go to any provider chosen by the member, or the member can go to any one of a number of listed preferred providers and be subject to discounted fees to lower the memberĀ“s co-insurance.

Dental Health Maintenance Organization (DHMO)
Managed Care Plans
(We do not accept this kind of insurance)

A legal entity that accepts the responsibility of providing services to enrolled members for a fixed monthly premium. Members must seek care through designated providers to whom the members have been assigned, selected, or referred. The member is normally required to pay a fixed copayment for covered services.

Your Insurance company will always send you an explanation of benefits in the mail, it is important that you read these. They tell you what was charged, how much the insurance paid, and how much you owe. Please remember we only do contract write-offs if we are a preferred provider for that insurance.

**Treatment of our patients is not based on their insurance, but rather, based on their dental examination, medical history and appropriate communication to achieve a proper treatment plan.

Please keep in mind that your insurance is a contract between you and the insurance company/employer. As such, you are required to be responsible for the account. We ask that you provide the Front Desk Team with your policy numbers/information, and inform them of any changes to your policy and personal information.

As a convenience to you, our office will submit the charges to your insurance carrier. We offer electronic insurance submissions where possible.