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See Your Aetna Dentist in Memorial Houston

Smiling family Do you and your family have Aetna dental insurance? Then you really need to come see Dr. O’Keefe. Why? Because he is in-network with Aetna, which means you’ll be able to take care of your smile and save some money, too. Not a bad combination! Make Dr. O’Keefe your Aetna dentist in Houston.

Taking Full Advantage of Your Dental Insurance Benefits

Female patient seeing Aetna DentistIt really doesn’t matter whether you’ve purchased an Aetna dental benefits plan on your own or through your employer. Either way, you pay for those benefits, so it is in the best interest of your smile and your wallet to use them. You’ll enjoy better oral and general health when you see your Aetna dentist regularly.

Almost all Aetna dental insurance plans include coverage for preventive dentistry. This means you get two dental cleanings and examinations, as well as digital x-rays once each year. To help you fight tooth decay, dental sealants and fluoride treatments may also be partially or fully covered, as well.

Be sure to schedule your dental checkups in a timely manner. Dental benefits don’t last forever. In fact, they expire at the end of a calendar year, so don’t let yours go to waste.

Your Dental Insurance Dictionary

Children need an Aetna dentist, tooWhile the details may vary from one plan to the next, most have a few things in common. Here are some insurance terms that are important to know and understand:

Premium: The amount of money you must pay, usually once a month, for the privilege of having dental insurance coverage.

Deductible: Just like with auto insurance, this is the amount of money you must pay out-of pocket before Aetna begins to pay for your dental care.

Maximum: This is the total amount that is set by Aetna or your employer that your plan will cover in a year.

In-Network: This terms means that a dentist has negotiated with the insurance company to set a fixed rate for covered services. Aetna pays these dentists directly. Alternatively, an out-of-network provider will likely expect you to pay the full amount for treatment and then have the insurance company reimburse you.

Dr. O’Keefe: Houston’s Aetna Dentist

As your Aetna dentist in Houston, Dr. O’Keefe provides a comprehensive menu of dental services for your whole family. Whether you need basic preventive care, a restorative service to repair or replace teeth or cosmetic dentistry to enhance your smile, you’ll find everything you need under one roof!

Call our office today to schedule an appointment for yourself or another member of the family.