Can a dentist refuse your insurance?
Sure he can if his practice does not take that particular insurance.
No. Unless the dentist has physically seen the person drinking or using drugs, they are not allowed to refuse treatment.
Yes. If they only do appointments and you walk in, unless your really needy and they have no patients. They could refuse if they are about to close.
Companies that offer insurance that covers dentist visits include Delta Dental, United Concordia Insurance, Cigna Dental Insurance, Ameritas Group and MetLife.
Some Mexican dentists do accept Delta dental insurance from America. To find out if the dentist would be covered, you would need to contact Delta, and then contact the dentist to make sure that they would accept the insurance.
Where in Dallas Texas can you find a dentist that will not charge any out of pocket expense and accept only the insurance payments?
Answer If you have a co-pay and the dentist does not accept it (only accepts payment from insurance as full) then the dentist is committing insurance fruad. This can lead to revokation of license, fines and prison.
Contact your dentist office, they will be able to give you an estimate on what you need doing, and then see if your insurance company will cover it. It is possible the dentist office may even be able to tell you if your insurance will cover it over the phone.
If the dentist can demonstrate that he/she is not qualified to provide the proper service needed by someone with a particular disability, it is legal. For example, if a person required sedation, and the dentist was not trained in sedation, he could refer the patient to someone that was qualified. If the patient required care be provided in a hospital setting, and the dentist did not have hospital privileges, he could refuse. On the other… Read More
If your insurance company requests a refund from your dentist because your insurance cancelled is the dentist required to send the refund?
The only time the dentist is required to refund the insurance company, is after the specific company has already made payment to the dental office and inadvertently was an overpayment for services renderred. In the event that the dentist is a participating provider with the insurance company and has other patients with the same plan, the insurance company reserves the right to deduct the overpayment from any future payments owed to the dental office whether… Read More
Does a health insurance company have to issue you insurance even if you refuse to sign the medical info release form?
No. If you refuse to let them see your medical records, they don't have to insure you.
Can you refuse to have an insurance company carry out repairs to your van and do them yourself after an rta?
after an insurance company is involed after a road traffic accident can i refuse thier offer and do the repairs myself
If the dentist chooses to purchase Malpractice Insurance, then Yes, they would have to pay for it.
whether you have insurance or not, you still go to the dentist and they will help you.
My dentist charges $100 for the exam, cleaning and x-rays.
I am trying to find a dentist to get rid of a cavity and they won't take my insurance what should i do?
Call the insurance company and ask for the name of a dentist in your area. Alternatively, check the website of the company for a current list of providers.
PPO and HMO, both are acceptable dental insurance. PPO dental insurance allows you to concern other dentist with some limitation coverage. HMO dental insurance provides expert dentist in their network to offer best treatment. You can choose any insurance plan which suits you the best.
Either the insurance company has a list or you will have to call each dentist.
Only if your dentist has an American license.
Most insurance companies will refuse to renew if you have had significant losses or traffic violations.
Yes, insurance can refuse to take your car when they claim a total loss on it. They would just have to take it to a junkyard from there anyway.
What to do if your insurance ruled other party at fault and they refuse to turn in to their insurance now they are suing you?
I would get your insurance company involved, they are there to keep this from happening.
Call 1800-Dentist, that number can refer you to all types of dentist in the Bay Area that are inexpensive and let you know who will except your insurance.
"Shopping" for a dentist means searching for someone who will does the type of care you need, has a good reputation for patient satisfaction and quality work, and who accepts your insurance, if you have it. If you do not have insurance you may be looking for the least expensive dentist or community clinic (some of which do certain things, like cleaning and fillings, for free).
Because in the practice of dentistry he or she is putting their hands in your mouth; if they are sick, you get their virus in your mouth.
If the dentist is part of the insurance company's network, he or she is contracted NOT to balance bill the patient for the discount negotiated as part of the contract. The dentist can charge for the difference between the discounted rate and what the insurer pays. For example, if the usual charge for the procedure is $100 but the discounted amount is $60 and the insurer pays half; then the dentist can charge you $30… Read More
maybe teaching and being a lawer and even being a dentist
it depends on the dentist
VERY DIFFICULT. Well, it might be easy if you're a dentist. If you have difficulty wearing dentures, just ask your dentist. He/She will help you. If they refuse to help you, just ask my mum's sister. She's an expert dentist. Thanks, NERD. Bye.
No. As long as you can make the payments for all the fees and hospital charges, they cannot refuse treatment.
Can medical providers decide to refuse to accept health insurance benefits after benefits were applied to a patient's account?
They cannot refuse "after-the-fact."
What do you do if a dentist charges you an 'insurance filing fee' but your dental insurance contract says they can't?
Show the dentist in your contract where it says they can't. If it solves it, great. If not, you need to call and talk to your insurance and see what they say for you to do. You may need to find another dentist if it becomes too much of a hassle or talk to a lawyer. Whichever you choose. Dont pay your dentist, tell him or her to take it up with the insurance companie… Read More
It depends on how many you've missed and if it's a private dentist. The general rule is if you miss 3 or more appointments but sometimes it can be less. Sorry =D
Insurance companies do not pay your mortgage for you regardless of if your on vacation or not.
If An employee of a dentist has insurance and the employer files insurance and gives the employee all the money back from the insurance company Is this legal?
No. This would be not only be insurance fraud but would also endanger the license of the dentist involved. Plus if the insurance company ever found out about such a thing, the Dental Practice would have to close down, because no insurance company would contract with someone like that, ever again. If the State Licensing Division didn't revoke the Dentist's license, the insurance carriers no longer processing claims from this business would drive them out… Read More
Your employer can refuse if they have good reason. I'm not certain what kind of reason that could be, but if they are providing insurance to everyone else except you, you might have a discrimination case on your hands.
You get paid, and maybe free dental insurance, and you have clean teeth.
depends on the dentist and how many braces you are getting
no, if you have insurace, they have to give you treatment. either that or they get fired.
Can an auto insurance co refuse to pay for my car and injury when their insured was at fault just because my registered car was insured under my friends name and not mine in the state of California?
Yes here the car insurance firm can refuse your insurance claim as the car is registered in your friends name and not yours.
If my 2007 dental benefits have been expired can work be performed in 2007 then hold the insurance claim until 2008 to submit?
IF you mean can your dentist hold the calim until the new year the answer is no. A dentist can lose his/her license by doing that because it is considered insurance fraud!
If you sign up for a discount dental plan do you have to find a dentist that accepts both your primary insurance and the discount plan?
Yes, if you want to get the value of both products, i.e. the payment from your primary insurance and the discounts on procedures that are not covered by primary insurance, you need to find a dentist that is covered by both products. If you are only using the discount product for just cosmetic procedures that are not covered by your insurance, you could go to a separate dentist, but depending on the procedures it could… Read More
Sorry if this is not what you want to hear, but you, as the patient, are still responsible for the charges. Most (but not all) insurance company will process the claim if it is made within one year of services. Get a copy of the charges from the dentist, and make sure they include the current ADA codes. Call your insurance company and ask about the claim. It is YOU the insurance has to to… Read More
Really expensive, they didn't have any insurance.
Generally yes, they can ask for the balance.
How often someone visits the dentist can vary greatly depending on preferences and insurance coverage. Dentists recommend visitng twice a year for cleanings.
Why would you do that? Probably not as most insurance companies will refuse to pay out miniscule damages.
A hospital is obligated to treat you. However, the cost of the treatment will increase if you cancelled your insurance.
if it is regarding an accident call the police they cant refuse to tell them(they probably dont have one if they wont tell you)
You may be able to. Your dentist must take both your dental insurance and your dental discount plan. Here is an article on it...
In the UK a company has to have certain liability insurance for the public and employees. The type and extent of that insurance would depend on the business itself. No company is required to supply personal health insurance outside of the liabilities of such insurance.