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            Which dentists and eye doctors are on the plan?

            Because our members are spread out across the United States, we want to give you as much freedom as possible when choosing a dental provider.

            Out-of-network benefits are the same as in-network benefits, making choosing a new dental provider or staying with your existing dental provider much easier.


            On the page, you'll be prompted for your City, State, or Zip code. Enter your information. Under "Select a Network" choose Classic (PPO)


            Note: Services provided by the 10% most expensive dentists in your area may carry a surcharge.

            At the top you will now see “Create a PDF” - add in the name of the organization and your name, and then download the PDF. 

            As a precaution, we always suggest double-checking with each dental office, I know that occasionally a few of the businesses on the list do not accept Ameritas, as doctors offices sometimes stop taking a certain kind of insurance but do not communicate that to the insurance company. We have found this to be pretty rare, and we're happy to help do some of that calling, it tends to be a very quick and easy call. We use the Ameritas Classic PPO plan, which is generally a very wide net.

            For Eyemed

            1. Go to https://www.eyemedvisioncare.com/locator/ (or eyemed.com > find  an eye doctor)

            2. Add in the Zip code for your area and choose “Advantage” for the network

            3. You may also prioritize the list according to your needs, including hours and scheduling, services, products, brands, gender, languages spoken, specialty, and accepting new patients.

            4. Click “Get Results” 

            As a precaution, we always suggest double-checking with each dental office, we have not experienced any office not accepting Eyemed; however, doctors offices sometimes stop taking a certain kind of insurance but do not communicate that to the insurance company. We use the Advantage plan, which is generally a very wide net.


            Updated: 27 Nov 2019 04:02 AM
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