About Aetna Dental Insurance
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Aetna is great insurance for basic dental needs like biannual cleanings. It can be a little less economical for anything extra like adult orthodontics or extractions. Nonetheless, it is accepted at nearly every dentist office I have ever used, so it is useful.
Oak Hill Dental in Rillton Pa Is excellent, like family they go the extra mile for you. However, Aetna Insurance itself hard to connect and get a straight answers for anything. They like to pass the buck, even the dental office has issues with them. All these Insurance companies are too big and the customer is just a number. The agents are the worse. Once you sign up you never hear from them again. They get paid every year no matter what. Cost of Medicare needs to stop increasing every year after they increase your Social Security. The people lose every time. Best to shop around every year. Go for the most benefits and lowest cost you can find. Remember online never give your true phone number. These companies are like blood suckers. One call after the other because medicare is easy money for them. That is all they care about.
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Had a Great experience with Melissa K! She has been there through reaching out and finding me and all my car loans and did a bang up job in all the refinancing lowered rates! Hats off to her and her team. Thank You So VERY MUCH!!!
The coverage is adequate for my needs. They cove about 50% of the cost of crowns and about 80% of the cost of fillings. They also cover the most of the cost of braces and provide twice a year cleaning. There's a break in cost if you use an "in network" dentist.
I was able to schedule an emergency visit within 2 days of my plan becoming active. I needed to have a tooth removed immediately. The copayments on my high deductible plan were reasonable and I was able to create a payment plan for what was not covered. Simply, I am grateful to have coverage.
We have been with them for several years. This company has always been extremely professional and efficient and helpful when dealing with them. Claims are paid on time and the folks on the call center always pay attention to our needs.
One never receives the actual total amount of coverage, on any oral work, to be done, until it is complete, and at which time, often is usually about half of what Aetna had previously quoted doctor’s accounting staff. There needs to be better communications between Aetna Insurance, Doctor’s office staff and patient.
Medicare insurance sucks. Shouldn't have to pay any co-pays or deductibles. Every time I go to a doctor, it's money, money, money... Doctors & hospitals always overcharging you, paid in all my life & still getting **on it.
BEWARE. Aetna is the worst possible insurance company you could choose. If you value your health, take this as a sign to go literally anywhere else. Their customer service is joke. Nonexistent. Do not waste your time.
Aetna Dental, even with upgrade, is little better than having no insurance at all which is what I will soon be doing. No reputable dentist within an hours drive will accept basic AETNA dental. They will tell you to put your money in the bank for when you need service. They will cover next to nothing besides cleaning, minor fillings and extractions if you can find a dentist to accept it.
Aetna Dental Insurance author review by Cyril Tuohy
Aetna Dental Insurance, part of Aetna Health Inc. stresses that dental care is a vital part of overall health, and thus aims to offer flexible coverage for any budget. The company itself dates back to the 1850s and is one of the largest insurance companies in the U.S. A merger with Humana is pending.
A large network: Thanks to Aetna's extensive network, the company provides dental insurance to nearly 15 million people.
Any scale: From individuals and families to small businesses, large organizations and retirees, Aetna has dental insurance products to suit them all.
Plans for any stage: Aetna personalizes its plans for students, retirees, young professionals, children and other individuals.
Great discounts: Being an Aetna policyholder can mean discounts between 15 and 50 percent for dental care services under the Vital Savings by Aetna program.
Clear information: Aetna displays info on claims, dentists, bills and more neatly on its app and website.
Standalone dental: Offered only in Alaska, Arizona, Delaware, Illinois and Pennsylvania.
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