Rates as well if you are pre-medicare and you have family you can get this for your entire family anywhere from age to and again maximum benefit for the year is you , or , and again I would generally go for the, it just makes more sense with the difference of premium and I’ll show you the premiums at the end Dentemax pretty easy pretty simple and not too complicated pays unusual and customary.
It’s guaranteed issues so there are no medical questions if you want it you can have it so all you have to do is sign up and you have it and then it’s guaranteed renewable for life they cannot get rid of you could only get rid of them so it’s good for as long as you pay the premium now again pretty easy to understand thousand or there’s a year deductible so very low deductible where before it’s going to start to pay you’re gonna pay the first hundred dollars so let’s take a look at some usual and customary examples and let’s for instance gonna get a crown so and don’t know.
Why they put West Virginia in here but it’s going to be pretty similar where you are so not too much difference so the charge amount let’s say is a thousand dollars usual and customary amount is nine hundred and forty five dollars so it’s gonna pay off that nine forty five and if this is the first time you’re gonna have less the hundred dollar deductible and then I’ll show you the benefits in a minute it pays first year percent second year eighty percent third year so this is looking at the eighty percent so.
If you’ve had the plan for three years it’s gonna reimburse six hundred and seventy-six dollars off of that thousand dollar charge and that’s with the hundred dollar deductible so next time you wouldn’t have not a dollar deductible so pretty significant reimbursement and certainly makes it much more affordable to have things done now.
I don’t really know what a post is but if the charge amount was / usual and customary is you can see you met your deductible it’s gonna reimburse two hundred and seventeen dollars on that three hundred three hundred ten dollar charge so at that point you’ve already received eight ninety-four dollars in benefit which is terrific so it works very well.
it’s amazing and I’m so Dentemaxhappy that she was able to be a guest on this episode so guys without further ado let’s see what she’s been up to lately dentist just movie and so it’s how many years old is it seven well seven officially the two of us together.she had she built a small little
Dentemax business called droppeth PPO where it was guiding doctors on how to get out of networks Oh a lot of doctors were that was the process that she had gone through as the manager of her husband’s practice and and you know back back at that point.
DentemaxTe’o’s were very very heavy in that and the trend was to tread maybe limit participation so she got into that and then we actually started looking at a little bit more comprehensively and and looked at doctors stablished practice that wanted to add carriers or figure out if they should stay in-network or not or we added startups.
Which I managed to the startup side and so these are doctors that are opening their first practice typically and how do you position themselves how do you position them so they’re not in a position where they’re being controlled by the carriers where they have some some some control over.
The process and and understanding how much they’re going to they’re going to write off so we try to help clean up offices that are maybe a little under under water with insurance participation or putting their toes into it and and then we try to help in the set up a good foundation for doctors.
That are just opening their first practices so that they may build a practice that’s not you know them running around like a hamster on a wheel without making any money so it’s it’s it’s a owner owner focused small company where we get to deal directly with with our doctors each of them would deal with one of the owners again she she works with our established and I work with our startups and together together we form a pretty good brain mmm oh yeah no yeah
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