Insurances Accepted at Hylan Dental
Dental Insurance at Hylan Dental Care
At Hylan Dental, our Dental practice in Cleveland wants to provide the best dental care to as many people as possible. This is why we accept most major insurance providers and are experienced in working with all of their filing requirements.
Any regular cleanings you come in for will be free with the Insurance mentioned below.
If you require any other treatments after your initial visit, we can give you an exact quote at the time of service.
Even if you have never been to our office before, you should know that we always accept new patients.
And if you are experiencing a dental emergency, please give us a call right away at (216) 251-8812. We leave room in our daily schedule to accommodate emergencies.
Insurances providers we take include (but not limited to):
- Blue Cross Blue Shield
- Medical Mutual
- United Concordia
- United healthcare
If you don't see your insurance provider on this list above, please call us at (216) 251-8812 to confirm whether or not we take your insurance provider.
Commonly Asked Insurance Provider Questions
Do you take my insurance?
We take almost all insurances! If you don’t see your insurance provider listed above, please call in to find out if we take your insurance. We will do everything we can to provide you with the best dental care in Cleveland.
What do I need to bring to my appointment?
While it’s helpful to bring a form of identification, it isn’t fully necessary. We can get your information if necessary. You just need to show up, and we’ll take care of the rest.
How do I use my insurance?
If you’re concerned about using your insurance, don’t worry! We have experience filing with dozens of insurance companies, so we’ve got it covered. We’ll give you your exam, tell you what we found and then before any work is done, we’ll explain exactly what your insurance will cover.
Cleanings & exams
Cleanings and exams are almost always covered 100 percent by insurance companies. They want you to take care of your teeth because preventative dentistry is significantly cheaper than restorative dentistry. You should get your teeth cleaned every six months to ensure that your teeth are healthy.
Deductible and co-pay
Most insurance plans require a deductible and a co-payment. The deductible is the part of the bill that you need to pay before your insurance begins paying and is determined by your insurance company. The co-pay is due once the procedure is done. If there are any other fees, we will be clear and upfront about them. If you have any other questions, feel free to contact us to learn more!