The Number One Reason You Should (Do) Low Cost Dental

Orthodontics and sometimes major services are just excluded altogether so crowns bridges dentures now why would they be excluded what do those things low cost dental have in common yep we have an answer from the audience money those are higher dollar procedures so of course an insurance company if they can avoid paying for the high dollar procedures then they can keep your monthly premium low and you feel happy because your monthly premium is low but you’re not really getting everything that you might want or need to get so just always be aware that there are exclusions and you want to know what they are before you choose that plan there are also going to be frequency limitations okay certain types of procedures they’ll say well yeah we’ll cover that but we’re only going to cover

It when we want to essentially the most common ones are bitewing x-rays which is the little x-rays we take two on each side of your mouth and those are to look for decay between the teeth that you can’t see with the naked a tie most plans pay for those only once a year the panoramic x-ray the big x-ray that goes all the way around your mouth or you stand in the little machine and we say be really really still don’t move and that takes that picture they’ll pay for that every three or sometimes five years sealants the little clear coating that we put on the biting surface of the molars and premolars to hopefully prevent you from getting cavities there they’re paid once per tooth every three to five years fluoride application used to be twice a year that was just standard across the board every kid in

America is getting fluoride twice a year they’ve figured out that if they cut that in half and only pay for it once a year their cost goes way down right so we’re starting to see a lot more plans that only pay once a year when they used to pay twice deep  cleaning that’s just kind of our common term for scaling and root planing which is just a fancy way of saying cleanings for people who have gum disease

Dental insurance that covers

Dental insurance that covers

dental insurance that covers company there’s  no fighting on behalf of the patient  it’s just somebody who’s in there to enter in checks #facebook and that’s it so I’d  keep an ear to the ground on that and and I will tell you when I was doing lots of consulting the number one reason  that we would  #wikipedia get a call is and a dental insurance that covers doctor would realize that they were writing off way more than.

dental insurance that covers

they needed to and they  were actually having to cut an awful  #twitter lot of refund checks to patients now that probably triggers you because you probably familiar dental and vision insurance plans with that but and that  whenever we heard that on the initial consultation I always knew that it was dental and vision insurance plans somebody who just had stopped fighting for the insurance or fighting for the patient in order

to get more benefits  that person was just writing off  #google either because they didn’t know or because they just dental insurance that covers didn’t care hey guys sorry for the interruption really quick announcement for you and if you’re going to be a dental practice  owner you know you’re at some point gonna have to get a dental practice loan whether it’s going to be to acquire a

dental practice or it’s dental and vision insurance plans going to be to start a start up dental practice you’re gonna have to get a loan and I’m really  proud to say that a company that I’ve worked with personally dozens of times over the past few years is our first sponsor after episodes of start your dental practice and our first sponsor is Bank of America practice solutions so

whenever you’re gonna be getting a new  loan whenever you’re gonna get a loan for starting your dental practice or acquiring a dental practice you really want to make sure that you have three things when it comes to that loan number one you want a really great interest rate number  two you want to make sure that the company that you’re

speaking  with has a lot of experience and can guide you through the best  dental insurance that covers path to be able to have a practice through the loan process and number three you want to make sure that the terms associated with that loan are the most advantageous for #wikipedia you and I’m really happy to say that all three of these things Bank of America just knocks it  out of

the park for us it’s really no brainer if you’re gonna have to get a loan

vision and dental insurance

vision and dental insurance

vision and dental insurance game that’s a loaded question I love it  I love it but it’s it’s got a lot of layers to it so first thing that comes  to mind is that we tend to hire people that don’t have vision and dental insurance a lot of  dental experience or minimal experience because  the price tag that comes with them is attractive and I’m not saying that that’s that’s the wrong thought.

vision and dental insurance

process vision and dental insurance that’s a young business owners process  so I can’t fault you for that what you have to understand though is that when you’re dealing with contracts and you know your license on the line dentist insurance and that  sort of thing you don’t want someone that is completely fresh off the street unless you commit to getting them the correct training to making sure

they take classes vision and dental insurance to making sure they have an  accurate code book I’m talking to one doctor right now I’m sorry one office manager right now and the doctor won’t even buy them a code book dentist insurance because she says the codes are in the computer and that’s all she needs  and that’s that is not long how it is yeah so I mean I understand that the costs are

big the student loans are big best dental insurance the the build-out costs are big you see all those numbers but one one place I wouldn’t scrimp is just making sure they  have the resources and and then give them given little patience for this so not patients that we see but get have a little patience when when they’re learning this this insurance stuff is not easy

right it’s a struggle to stay on top of it for me  so  vision and dental insurance imagine somebody who’s you know busy all day and having to catch all of these errors it’s it’s just not easy so I think going in with expectations that somebody can go in learn it and get it done is I think that’s the first fallacy that that I run into yeah we see that a  lot you know you know we’re the first

things that we looked at whenever we started our dentist insurance company cuz we know talked about on the podcast we we used to be an outsourced CFO company for dental practices so that was kind of the reason I thought hey I want to learn a lot about insurance stuff because there’s a  lot of opportunity to help out a lot of practices I know that there’s gotta be a

lot of errors that are occurring inside of this vision and dental insurance ecosystem and you know one of the things we also looked at with staffing cost and we know we try to get these certain percentages correct as far as how much of our revenue should be going  to our staff and things like that and initially we had the incorrect assumption that the way to do that is to you know make sure you’re not