• Many surgical procedures are considered medical in nature and are covered services under your MEDICAL OR HEALTH INSURANCE

  • Some medical insurances will cover consultations and x-rays even though they may not cover the surgery.

  • Utilizing your medical and dental insurance may result in no out of pocket expense for you. Even your deductibles may be covered.

  • It is very important the oral surgeon check your insurance for you as well because properly coded claims may be covered by both.

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Insurances have become increasingly more complex as employers try to find the least expensive plan and insurance companies try to include as many loopholes as possible to avoid paying a claim.


  • Coordination of benefits

  • Which insurance pays first – medical or dental? Who is primary for children? What about divorced parents?

  • Are there “non-duplication of benefits” clauses? Even though there may be additional plans they may not pay even if the first plan pays nothing.

  • Does your insurance plan run calendar year or anniversary year?

  • Are some procedures, such as anesthesia, covered in the hospital and not covered in the office?

  • Can you save money by staggering your surgery?

  • Does your specialist participate in many or most insurance plans? In other words, is the surgeon willing to accept a lower amount from some than you pay because he participates with so many different plans?

  • Is it fair that the surgeon is willing to accept less payment for the same surgery from one insurance company yet charge you more?