Chicago Dental Offices That Takes Cigna Dental Insurance
Here at All Star Dental in Chicago it is our goal to make dental procedures and treatments as accessible as possible for adults and children. We see patients of all ages at all five our locations in the Chicago area. To help make dental procedures more accessible we accept a wide variety of dental insurance plans as well as provide financing options through CareCredit for medically necessary procedures that might not be covered by your insurance. If you are looking for a great dental experience and are using the Cigna network, we would be happy to help. Give us a call or use our online appointment scheduling application to set up a dental appointment with our team throughout the Chicago area. And if you have any questions about your specific dental insurance, please give us a call or check with your provider to learn more about your coverage.
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What Does Cigna Dental Insurance Cover
Cigna dental insurance provides a variety of plans with different coverage. Based on the plan you are using it might be most beneficial to check your plan details. Simply put, Cigna has three main categories of plans including their Cigna Dental Preventative, the Cigna Dental 1000, and the Cigna Dental 1500. The first plan is designed to provide an affordable approach to dental coverage with a focus on preventative dental services. The other two provide additional coverage for more complex dental procedures including restorative dentistry and orthodontic dentistry. The best way to understand your specific coverage is to look through your plan details. If you have questions, please give us a call as we may be able to help by looking up your plan and providing additional information on how your plan will effect your coverage with All Star Dental.
How Does Cigna Dental Insurance Work?
Based on your plan you will have different levels of coverage. For example, their Preventative Plan focuses on providing preventative care coverage while not providing much coverage for more complex procedures. Preventative care generally refers to the dental services that happen at your routine dental visits (twice per year). This means procedures like dental x-rays, cleanings, fluoride treatments, and exams will be covered by this plan. But procedures that are aimed at providing dental solutions for specific problems like fillings, root canals, or crowns might only be partially covered or not covered all. The Cigna Dental 1000 provides more coverage for these restorative dental procedures. The Cigna Dental 1500 provides coverage for general dentistry, restorative dentistry, and some orthodontic dentistry. Cigna provides a national network of coverage, allowing patients to choose the best dental offices for them and their families. If you have Cigna and would like to see an in-network dentist and get your best savings, give us a call or use our appointment scheduling app below.
What Do I Do If My Plan Doesn't Cover A Procedure
Depending on your plan you might not have full coverage or any coverage for some procedures. If the procedure is wholly cosmetic or not medically necessary, you will likely have to pay it fully out of pocket. But if a procedure is medically necessary but not covered by your plan, you might have some other options. We work with CareCredit which provides financing for dental and medical procedures at approved offices. If your plan with your insurance is wholly focused on preventative care, but you need help financing a restorative procedure like a dental bridge, CareCredit might be the right call for you.
Family Dental Offices in Chicago That Take Cigna Dental Insurance
We provide a wide variety of dental procedures here at our offices in the Chicago area. Whether you are looking to set up a basic routine appointment for you and your kids, or you are trying to handle a painful toothache or need to replace your dental crown or bridge, we can help.
Give us a call today to discuss dental coverage options as well as payment plans and financing for patients who either do not have dental insurance or have insurance that doesn’t provide the coverage they need for a specific treatment.