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Insurance Question

Postby R.P.J » May 24th, 2020, 1:39 pm

Any of you ladies or gentlemen ever claim under your Health policy for a dental implant??

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Re: Insurance Question

Postby elec2020 » May 24th, 2020, 1:49 pm

Yes... pretty straightforward... print out your insurance claim form for dental... carry that to your dentist... and let them fill it out... attach the receipts for the dental services to that claim form and submit to your insurer... pretty straightforward... mine took about 3 weeks to get back... typical insurance... if u owe them is problems... when they owe u... hadda jump through hoops to gt

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Re: Insurance Question

Postby R.P.J » May 24th, 2020, 7:31 pm

Thanks you willing to disclose which insurance you with?
Thanks For the details

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Re: Insurance Question

Postby timothymcdavid » May 24th, 2020, 7:47 pm

elec2020 wrote:Yes... pretty straightforward... print out your insurance claim form for dental... carry that to your dentist... and let them fill it out... attach the receipts for the dental services to that claim form and submit to your insurer... pretty straightforward... mine took about 3 weeks to get back... typical insurance... if u owe them is problems... when they owe u... hadda jump through hoops to gt


This has been my experience as well infact I make sure to claim whenever I do my cleanings as well.

Good luck with the implant.

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Re: Insurance Question

Postby elec2020 » May 24th, 2020, 8:12 pm

R.P.J wrote:Thanks you willing to disclose which insurance you with?
Thanks For the details


Sagicor... every insurer is different but... guardian, tatil, maritime, sagicor... they usually get the job done with little issues

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Re: Insurance Question

Postby elec2020 » May 24th, 2020, 8:13 pm

timothymcdavid wrote:
elec2020 wrote:Yes... pretty straightforward... print out your insurance claim form for dental... carry that to your dentist... and let them fill it out... attach the receipts for the dental services to that claim form and submit to your insurer... pretty straightforward... mine took about 3 weeks to get back... typical insurance... if u owe them is problems... when they owe u... hadda jump through hoops to gt


This has been my experience as well infact I make sure to claim whenever I do my cleanings as well.

Good luck with the implant.


I'm not doing an implant btw lol... a root canal... expensive af...

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Re: Insurance Question

Postby redmanjp » May 24th, 2020, 8:45 pm

just a question- are insurance companies currently allowed to open? and if not what happens if your car insurance expires? they giving u an extension of coverage in case of an accident?

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Re: Insurance Question

Postby *$kїđž!™ » May 24th, 2020, 8:56 pm

Yes they are open...
redmanjp wrote:just a question- are insurance companies currently allowed to open? and if not what happens if your car insurance expires? they giving u an extension of coverage in case of an accident?

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Re: Insurance Question

Postby redmanjp » May 24th, 2020, 9:01 pm

*$kїđž!™ wrote:Yes they are open...
redmanjp wrote:just a question- are insurance companies currently allowed to open? and if not what happens if your car insurance expires? they giving u an extension of coverage in case of an accident?


week before last (around 14th may) i saw my agent who wasn't in the usual work attire and he was saying they not really open

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Re: Insurance Question

Postby Kenjo » May 24th, 2020, 9:39 pm

redmanjp wrote:just a question- are insurance companies currently allowed to open? and if not what happens if your car insurance expires? they giving u an extension of coverage in case of an accident?

They all have some sort of online or over the phone payments

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