What Insurance Companies does East Taylor Dental Network with?

See the link below to review the companies we are networked with. Most of these insurance companies also sell individual coverage, so if your employer does not offer you benefits, you may be able to sign up for your own plan by contacting these companies directly. If you have questions about what plan might best fit your needs, feel free to give us a call to discuss in further detail.

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What if my insurance is not a plan that East Taylor Dental is contracted with?

In most cases we can still file the claims to your insurance. You would be responsible for the difference in cost between what your plan reimburses, and what our fee for services is. We will do our best to estimate your copay at the time of service, but because we are not contracted with your insurance, we do not know exactly how your plan reimburses.


Attention Patients and Families of Federal Employees and Retired Military:
We have been getting a lot of questions about the changes that are coming on the FEDVIP and TRDP insurance policies for the 2021 calendar year. We have recently assessed all of the options and would like to review with you what we have found regarding the plans that are being offered to you.


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Federal Employees:  If you are choosing between Dental Blue and FEP Blue Dental--- BEWARE!

 The names are similar, but the benefits are quite different! We are out-of-network with FEP Blue Dental. They do not reimburse OON providers, this means you would have to pay our office in full at the time of service, then get reimbursed from your insurance company later. We are in-network with Dental Blue and it is a lot better option for most patients.