Delta Dental Notice

Beginning January 1, 2023, our office will no longer be in network with Delta Dental as Premier Providers. But we will still happily accept Delta!

What this means for Delta policyholders:

For service dates of January 1, 2023 forward, we will treat Delta claims the same way we treat all other dental insurance claims at our office. Because Delta’s contracted fees will no longer apply, you can expect to see some increase in cost on services. For routine care and many other procedures, that increase will be minimal. You will likely receive notice of this change from Delta soon; the wording may make it seem as though you must choose a new Delta preferred provider, but you are in fact free to continue seeing us, although you will be responsible for any balance Delta doesn’t cover.

What this means for non-Delta policyholders:

Nothing at all. We will continue to accept all dental PPO insurance policies, including Delta, and will bill patients for any remainder that their insurance provider doesn’t cover, as we always have.

What this means for uninsured patients:

Nothing at all will change.

We apologize for any inconvenience this causes our Delta patients, or patients considering switching to Delta. We struggled with this decision for years, but continuing to provide the best possible care for our patients necessitates this. Contact your Human Resources department; other options may be available to you.

Thanks for your understanding.

Rebecca Boardman, D.D.S.
Scott Mignola, Office Manager