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Dental Insurance Plan Quotes – Minnesota

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If you’re looking to buy dental insurance or a discount dental plan in Minnesota, you have several different dental care coverage plans to choose from. At DentalInsurance.com it is free and easy to compare rate quotes from several different dental plan providers in Minnesota to help you choose an affordable dental plan that best covers your individual or family’s needs. Simply enter your zip code above to compare free rate quotes on the plans available in your area, and make sure you understand what the differences are between the various types of MN dental insurance.

Types of Dental Plans Available in Minnesota

DentalInsurance.com makes it easy to compare dental insurance plans in Minnesota by providing free quotes available in your area. Finding the most affordable plan will depend on you or your family’s needs, since some plans may appear to be cheaper but lack coverage of certain procedures. You can start comparing quotes by typing in your zip code above, but before you begin, make sure you understand the difference between the different types of plans available in Minnesota.

PPOs (Preferred Provider Organizations)

PPOs (Preferred Provider Organization) work with a network of dentists that allow the provider to guarantee a maximum cost of care from within that network. These networks usually include several dentists within a given area who have agreed to offer their services to patients within the PPO at a discounted rate in exchange for access to the PPO’s patient pool. Services from dentists outside of the network are generally subject to a UCR fee, and may be significantly more expensive than services from within the network. Check with each provider to see their policies on emergency care, as well as any waiting periods they may require for certain services. PPO providers include HumanaOne, Ameritas and Nationwide .

Indemnity Plans

Indemnity plans are a “fee-for-service” plan, and are sometimes referred to as “Traditional Dental Insurance.” A fee-for-service plan means that the provider covers a percentage of the cost of each procedure, which is listed in the company’s “fee schedule.” This is based on a UCR fee (Usual, Customary, Reasonable), which is based on the average cost of service from dentists within the area. Indemnity plans may incur higher out-of-pocket costs for patients depending on the procedures they receive, since providers make reimbursements after receiving the bill. However, they typically cover a significant portion, if not the entire cost of basic services like cleanings. Indemnity plans also offer the greatest freedom in choosing a dentist, as they cover services from any dentist. Indemnity plan providers in Minnesota include American National, and Nationwide .

Discount Plans

Discount plans are not like typical insurance plans, as the provider makes no reimbursements. Patients pay a monthly or annual fee in exchange for a “discount card,” which allows them to seek unlimited care at a discount rate from participating dentists. Discount plans vary widely by provider, but they typically cover most of the cost of basic procedures. Be sure to familiarize yourself with the differences in rates between the available plans, and also check with your local dentist to see how they cover discount plans, as many require the entire discounted rate at the time of the service. Discount plan providers in Minnesota include Patriot Health Inc., Careington International, and Aetna Dental.
(*Discount plans are not insurance and are not intended to replace health insurance.)