Finding a dentist that accepts your insurance can be a stressful and time-consuming task. That’s why Callahan & Klein Dental makes things easy for you.
We accept most major dental insurance plans but recommend that you contact us ahead of your appointment to verify your insurance details and for any other coverage information.
If you do not see your insurance provider on the list, just give us a call! Callahan & Klein Dental is an in-network provider for many insurance companies so contact our Lakewood, CO office to find out if we accept your dental insurance plan and what other options you may have. We will always do our best to work with your insurance company to maximize any benefits so for insurance, dental plan or any other financial questions, don’t hesitate to contact our friendly and knowledgeable staff.
If you follow a good oral health routine, have no dental issues and regularly see a dentist, it may not make financial sense to take out dental insurance when you can just pay out of pocket. However, you never know when you might need it! Always remember to weigh up the “what if” scenarios when looking at your financial situation. Also keep in mind that some dental insurance policies have a waiting period before they begin so don’t wait until it’s too late to find coverage.
Studies show that Americans without dental coverage are more likely to put off going to the dentist if issues arise, as the worry of potentially paying a lot out of pocket is enough to keep them away. This also means that those without dental insurance end up being the ones most likely to need some sort of dental treatment. With a wide variety of plans and providers to choose from, you will be able to find dental insurance to suit your budget.
There are many different levels of coverage out there but in general, dental insurance should cover the following. Please check with your provider for full details and be aware that you may need to pay a copay or deductible before some services are covered.
Some insurance plans will partially cover costs for root canals and orthodontic treatments such as bridges and dentures. Please check with your provider to get the full information on your individual policy.
While dental insurance will cover preventive care and some dental work, it will not always cover what is considered “cosmetic dentistry”. This includes services such as: