DOES MY INSURANCE COVER DENTURES?

Here at Berlanga Dentures we understand the importance of covering your medical expenses.  Health benefits give you the piece of mind and assurance that if something goes wrong, you have the coverage to take care of your medical needs.

If you have dental insurance, it may include coverage for dentures. This typically means that up to 50% of the cost of dentures is covered. However, regular deductibles and co-pays still apply. Additionally, there are often stipulations on what procedures are covered and how often you can replace the dentures (full or partial), typically 5, 7 or 10-year clauses.

We understand that this can be confusing, which is why we recommend that you reach out to us so we can help you consider all your options. We can help you navigate your specific insurance policy and provide procedures and products that fit within your budget.

You can view a list of the providers we work with here.

Or contact us directly at one of our convenient locations here in Washington, Puget Sound Dentures in Tacoma, Meridian Denture Center in Puyallup, or Parkland Denture Center.
 
 

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