Dental insurance (submitted vs accepted fee)?

Dental insurance (submitted vs accepted fee)?

Dental insurance (submitted vs accepted fee)?

slkusractHawkeyesrule

Tha sounds correct if that is what it says. A growing number of states are passing legislation banning the "noncovered service fee capping" that you described.

slkusractAlice

Your interpretation sounds correct to me. I would, of course, talk to your dentist office's insurance clerk to make sure they understand it this way as well, though I don't think there is any way to interpret it. Great discount thorough your insurance as opposed to the cash fee!

slkusractmermeliz

I also have Delta Dental. My dentist always charges the insurance company some ridiculous rate, but they then accept the "agreed rate" from the insurance company without recourse back to me. I just think that if a person doesn't have insurance, then they get hung by that ridiculous rate!

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