Get More Smiles from Your Delta Dental Provider in Allentown

Smiling CoupleDr. Tomko and her team are first and foremost dedicated to making sure you and your family have smiles that are healthy and beautiful. That’s our #1 goal. But coming in a close second is providing you with customer service that is unmatched by any other dental practice. That’s why we are pleased to work with several dental insurance companies including Delta Dental. As your Delta Dental provider in Allentown, Dr. Tomko is dedicated to ensuring that you receive the best dental care at the most affordable price.

Delta Dental Insurance In Allentown

Smiling parents and two kidsDr. Tomko is an in-network provider with Delta Dental. This means that she has agreed to accept a pre-determined fee for covered services. Once you have paid your share of the cost for a particular procedure, we are contractually bound and cannot bill you anything further. This is a guarantee that you can take to the bank!

Conversely, choosing a dentist that is out of the Delta Dental network will likely require you to pay significantly more for your family’s dental and oral health care.

Delta Dental Plans

Smiling woman in dentist chairDelta Dental offers three different benefits plans, including:

Delta Dental PPO and Delta Dental Premier allow you to choose any licensed dentist you wish to see. But as we already mentioned, you’ll probably save money by seeing an in-network provider like Dr. Tomko. (DeltaCare USA is a DHMO-type of plan that has a closed network, so you must select an in-network dentist.)

Covered Dental Care with Delta Dental

Delta Dental insurance plans cover preventive care, which includes:

Unlike medicine that tends to react to an existing problem, dentistry works to prevent problems from happening in the first place. That’s why Delta Dental covers your preventive care visits to the dentist in Allentown.

Dental checkups every six months are intended to help you and your family avoid problems such as tooth decay, periodontal disease or damage from cracked teeth or loose fillings and crowns. At these visits, Dr. Tomko and her team can monitor your dental and oral health. If we discover a problem, then treatment sooner is always better—and less expensive—than later. In fact, that’s one of the reason why dental benefits expire at the end of a calendar year—to encourage subscribers to use the benefits they pay for and have regular dental checkups!

If you or another member of your family is due for a preventive dental checkup, then please call the office today to schedule an appointment. We look forward to helping you reap the benefits of your Delta Dental insurance plan!



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