How Much Does Oral Surgery Cost?

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How Much Does Oral Surgery Cost?

How much does oral surgery cost?

This is one of the most frequently asked questions at Great Plains OMS. Dr. Nielson and the staff want you to feel comfortable with your treatment plan, and your financial options. We hope the information below is a helpful overview.

Insurance

Depending on your insurance plan, coverage might come from medical or dental insurance, or both. It is a good idea to get a pre-treatment estimate from your insurance company so you’ll know what to expect. We can help you with that! Our staff is experienced in insurance claims and is here to guide you throughout the process and ensure timely filing of all insurance documents.

Please bring your insurance card and other related information with you to your first appointment so that all essential documentation can be arranged to file your claim.

We currently accept insurance from the following companies:

Assurant
 GEHA – Federal & Federal Plus 

(No Connection Dental)

Principal
BCBS of KS (No FEP Blue)
FMH/Coresource
Ameritas
BCBS of KC (No FEP Blue)
Delta Dental
Reliance Standard  
BCBS (out of network-medical)
Freedom Network

Sun Life

Blue Dental Care
Guardian
Metlife
Florida Combined Life
Aetna only DGPS

No Federal or HMO

Cigna
Humana
United Concordia 

If you don’t see your insurance company on the list or have questions, please call us.

CareCredit: 12 Month-No Interest Financing

GPOMS also accepts CareCredit, a healthcare credit card that offers 12 month, no interest financing for your oral surgery. CareCredit works just like a credit card, but it’s used for oral surgery and other health care services.

CareCredit offers:

  • Convenient monthly payments
  • No up-front costs
  • No prepayment penalties
  • No annual fees

Visit the CareCredit website for more information or to apply.


Flexible Spending Account (FSA)

Your employer may offer a Flexible Spending Account, which is a special account you put money into specifically to pay for certain out-of-pocket health care costs, including deductibles. You don’t pay taxes on this money, so you’ll save an amount equal to the taxes you would have paid on the money you set aside.

A Flexible Spending Account is an employer-established benefit, and your employer may make contributions to your FSA. There are limits on the amount you can contribute annually and you must use the funds within the plan year.

To find out more about Flexibile Spending Accounts visit the IRS website or HealthCare.gov

Whether you are getting dental implants, having your wisdom teeth removed, or another oral surgery procedure, we are committed to providing you with superior personalized care in our state of the art treatment facility in Olathe, Kansas.

If you have questions about oral surgery procedures or financial options, or would like to schedule an appointment, fill out our online form or call us at 913.780.3100.



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