Open Enrollment and Flexible spending

It’s that time of the year again, OPEN ENROLLMENT!  Many patients over the years have asked us to help suggest which dental plan they should pick in order to continue to come to our office.  We have over the years offered the service of helping our patients select their dental plan based on their dental needs.
Please don’t hesitate to give us a call or email us some of your dental insurance plan… options so we can review them. We can select ones that will help reduce your out-of-pocket costs and allows you to still see us.
Overall, if you stick to big companies such as:  Aetna, Cigna, Human, Guardian, Metlife  (these are good companies)
Try to stick to at least a PPO High Option plan.
Stay away from:  Delta Dental and BCBS plans.  (they pay horribly and you will have to pay a lot out- of- pocket)
Also, this is the time of the year where a lot of patients are trying to use up their flexible spending or they will lose it.  Many are opting for Invisalign,a new retainer, night guard or snore guard.  Please call us if you need to plan your flexible spending allocations for next year so we can give you an estimate for your treatment plan to help you save money for the next year.  We are happy to be of service to all the patients and this is just another one of those special things we do for you.  Have a great week!

About Thu-Nga Ortega, DDS, MAGD

General, cosmetic and geriatric dentist in Fairfax, Virginia. I believe in providing the most conservative dental care in the most comfortable setting. My care for my patients is my utmost importance. I have been a dentist for over 24 years and was the founder and CEO of Dental Cosmetix. Here conservative dentistry yields the most beautiful and health smiles. I have been awarded the FAGD (Fellow of the Academy of General Dentistry in 2007) and then the MAGD ( Master of the Academy of General Dentistry in 2017). I am skilled in providing all facets of dentistry so patients can have all procedures done in one office without being sent to other office for other treatments.
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