How much does dental insurance cover?

Dental insurance plans typically cover a percentage of the cost of procedures such as cleanings, X-rays, and fillings. The exact percentage varies depending on the plan and the type of procedure. Many plans also cover preventive care, such as sealants. However, more extensive procedures such as crowns and root canals may not be fully covered, or may only be partially covered. It’s important to check with your insurance company for details about your plan. Additionally, many insurance plans also have annual limits, so it’s important to check the maximum that your plan will cover each year. It's important to note that some dental procedures may not be covered by insurance at all. Cosmetic treatments such as whitening and veneers are usually not covered. Additionally, some plans may offer discounts for certain procedures but not cover them in full.

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