Aetna dental insurance has been available for decades, and many patients have remained policyholders because of its commitment to customers and their oral health. Designing their plans to promote preventive care, individuals can expect to save when seeing our team for regular checkups, exams, and other proactive forms of dental health. Not only does this approach allow for immediate treatment without the high cost, but it also reduces the risk of serious oral health problems in the future. Patients who would like to learn more about Aetna and how they can get the most out of their plans are encouraged to call our office to speak with an Aetna dentist in Aurora.
No matter the type of dental insurance plan a person has, the breakdown of benefits looks quite similar. Designed in a 100-80-50 style, individuals can expect Aetna to pay most of their bill as long as they commit to reaching the annual deductible. The moment that threshold is met, Aetna insurance will begin paying more for the services an individual receives.
A typical breakdown of coverage levels looks like the following:
At Grand Dental – Aurora, we believe in pre-negotiating fees and services with various dental insurance companies, which is why we are in-network with Aetna. This designation allows us to provide our patients with the lowest possible cost, which means more money in the pockets of those who are entrusting us with their smiles.
Those who are out-of-network can feel free to come to our office for assistance; however, they will be required to pay more for treatment, as the lower fee only pertains to those who are in-network. But our team will work to help each individual get the maximum reimbursement once the claim is filed.
Nicole is our team lead at Grand Dental – Aurora. Attending dental school at Kendall Point and certifications in coronal polishing and sealants at the College of DuPage, she originally hails from Oswego. With nearly 25 years of experience in the field, she enjoys helping patients and their families enjoy healthier smiles that last for decades. As the team lead, she is here to answer patients’ questions about treatment and even dental insurance in Aurora. No matter the issue, she is available to review policies, make suggestions, and offer savings-focused solutions to ensure there are minimal out-of-pocket expenses.