|By PR Newswire||
|August 22, 2014 10:13 AM EDT||
LAKEWOOD, Colo., Aug. 22, 2014 /PRNewswire-iReach/ -- Ronald Morse, DDS, and his dental partner Dr. Justin S. Petracek have expanded their network of insurances accepted at their Lakewood, CO dental practice. While Dr. Morse does not require dental insurance to receive treatments, his patients with the policies accepted can now utilize their insurance when selecting Dr. Morse as their dental provider of choice.
Dr. Morse accepts Cigna Dental insurance and are members of the Cigna Dental Radius Network. Additionally, Dr. Petracek is a Delta Dental Premier Provider. Patients can visit http://www.ronaldmorsedds.com/insurance.html to view other insurances being accepted by Dr. Morse and Dr. Petracek's dental office in Lakewood.
"Our goal as a dental practice is to make submitting a dental insurance claim as easy as possible for our patients," Dr. Morse explains. "We want to provide services that are high-quality, yet cost-effective."
Dr. Morse's staff is highly trained in submitting these claims and in working to help patients maximize their dental benefits. This can include submitting necessary paperwork to have a certain dental procedure approved so a patient can have the peace of mind knowing his or her dental insurance will cover a particular procedure. Dr. Morse offers comprehensive dentistry services at his Lakewood practice, including laser dentistry, sedation dentistry, cosmetic dentistry and family dentistry services.
In addition to accepting certain dental insurance types, Dr. Morse also offers discount incentives of 5 percent to patients paying in cash or check at the time of service. Also, patients older than age 60 receive a 10 percent reduction in service fees when paying with cash or check upon services rendered. Dr. Morse also offers Care Credit, a dental financing payment plan that has no-interest options for up to 12 months.
"My office has made every effort to ensure the care patients need is also the care they can afford," says Dr. Morse, a Lakewood, CO, cosmetic dentist. "We take every step possible to make sure both of these goals are achieved."
To make an appointment with Dr. Morse or ask a question about dental insurances accepted, please call Dr. Morse's Lakewood, CO dentist office at (303) 279-8907. To learn about additional services Dr. Morse offers at his practice, including cosmetic dentistry, please visit www.RonaldMorseDDS.com.
About Dr. Ronald Morse: Dr. Morse is a Lakewood, CO dentist who graduated from the University of Nebraska College of Dentistry. "5280 Magazine" has named Dr. Morse a Top Dentist for General and Cosmetic Dentistry every year from 2008 to the present. Dr. Morse pursues numerous continuing education opportunities, including laser dentistry and CAD/CAM technology.
Media Contact: Dr. Robert Morse, Robert Morse, DDS, (303) 279-8907, [email protected]
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