Medical Insurance & Dental Insurance – Alexandria, VA

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One of the biggest concerns patients have about oral surgery is the cost, which is why Northern Virginia Oral, Maxillofacial, & Implant Surgery accepts a wide variety of both medical and dental insurance plans. We can go over your coverage ahead of your appointment and give you a rough estimate of your benefits, plus after your consultation, we’ll send you home with a treatment plan that outlines your financial commitment in much more detail. To learn more about using your insurance with us, read on below.

Our In-Network PPO Dental & Medical Insurance Providers

Oral surgery team member and patient reviewing in network P P O dental and medical insurance providers

If you have medical or dental insurance, then you can trust our team to accept your plan. We are in-network with several popular providers, so we know how to make the filing and reimbursement process as fast and easy as possible. If you ever have a question about your coverage, don’t hesitate to reach out to our team to get the answers you need.

Insurance Plans We Participate With:

  • Aetna Dental (PPO)
  • Anthem (Dental and Medical)
  • CareFirst BCBS (Dental & Medical)
  • Cigna (Dental PPO)
  • DeCare Dental (Teamsters)
  • Delta Dental (PPO Only)
  • Dental Health Alliance
  • Dentistat
  • GEHA (Dental)
  • Guardian
  • Metlife
  • United Concordia
  • United Healthcare (Dental)
  • Kaiser Preventive $30
    Dominion Dental Discount Plan

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Understanding How Dental & Medical Insurance Work

Oral surgery team member explaining how dental and medical insurance covers oral surgery

Dental and medical insurance plans have a lot in common, in that you pay a monthly premium to receive a discount on healthcare services. It’s important to know that you might have to spend a certain amount of money out of pocket before your coverage starts, and this is called a deductible. Plus, with many plans, there is something called a yearly maximum, which is the highest dollar amount a plan will pay for an individual within a 12-month period. We’re very familiar with these details and will work within your specific plan to help you get the most out of it.

What Your Dental & Medical Insurance Plan Covers

Mother and daughter filling out dental and medical insurance forms

The reason that oral surgery is covered by both medical and dental insurance is because it’s able to address a wide variety of problems. For example, removing the wisdom teeth resolves a dental issue, so dental insurance can be used to help pay for it. However, for someone who needs oral surgery to address a medical need (like treating/removing cancer), this will likely be covered by medical insurance because it is addressing a general medical issue, not a dental one.