Dr. Paul Nagode Family Dentistry Serving Atlanta, Cobb County, Buckhead, and the surrounding Sandy Springs areas.
Receiving the dental care you need is easier when you have dental insurance or a dental benefit plan. However, most dental benefit plans may not cover all the dental procedures you need to achieve your desired smile. What you need or what your dentist recommends is not based on your dental coverage. Your dental coverage is based on how much your employer pays or if self-employed, how much you contribute to your plan. When you decide on your dental treatment, your dental benefits should not be the only thing you consider. You and your dentist should determine your treatment.
How Dental Plans Work
Practically all dental plans are a contract between your company and an insurance company. Your company and the insurer agree on the amount your dental plan pays, and the covered procedures. You may have dental care needs not covered through your dental plan. Employers generally chose to cover some, but not all, of the dental costs of their employees.
The Role of Your Dental Office
Dr. Paul Nagode's and his team's primary goal is to help you take excellent care of your teeth. Our office will file claims with your dental plan as a service to you, so it is essential to inform us of any changes to your insurance plan. The portion of the bill not covered by the insurance provider is your responsibility. When you schedule your dental appointment, we will discuss your insurance to verify your coverage for you.heir employees.
Dental Insurance Plans We Accept:
We also accept other insurances that allow you to see the dentist of your choice. If you don’t see your preferred method on our list, please call our office at 404.303.1199 to find out what other options may be available.
Other Payment Options
We are glad to offer CareCredit®, a third-party lending opportunity that offers no interest or low-interest options to make it simple to receive the treatment you desire and need. With CareCredit®, you have the opportunity to make payments for treatment over time. For your convenience, we accept the following: Cash, Check, and all major credit cards.