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MetLife - Patient Information
Principal - Patient Information
United Concordia - Patient Information
Denta Quest - Patient Information
delta dental - Patient Information
cigna - Patient Information
Aetna - Patient Information
Anthem Blue Cross Blue Shield
Guardian
United Health Care
MetLife - Patient Information
Principal - Patient Information
United Concordia - Patient Information
Denta Quest - Patient Information
delta dental - Patient Information
cigna - Patient Information
Aetna - Patient Information
Anthem Blue Cross Blue Shield
Guardian
United Health Care

Membership Plan

What is the Membership Plan?

At Iliff Family Dental our in house plan is a reduced fee dental membership for our patients who currently don’t have dental insurance. This plan not only allows our patients to receive preventive care, but they are able to receive top quality care and treatment at reduced prices.

Single

Annual Membership Fees
$ 349 Annually
  • 2 Cleanings
  • 2 Routine Exams
  • All Necessary Radiographs (X-rays)
  • 1 Emergency Exam
  • 2 Fluoride Treatments
  • 1 Oral Cancer Screening
  • *If you require additional dental treatment then you will receive 20% off ALL dental services

Couple

Annual Membership Fees
$ 675 Annually
  • 2 Cleanings
  • 2 Routine Exams
  • All Necessary Radiographs (X-rays)
  • 1 Emergency Exam
  • 2 Fluoride Treatments
  • 1 Oral Cancer Screening
  • *If you require additional dental treatment then you will receive 20% off ALL dental services

When can you start Treatment?

All plan discounts begin immediately upon sign up. Members must remain in the plan for a minimum of 12 months. 

Limitations & Exclusions

  • Any services outside our office are not covered
  • The In House Plan cannot be combined with any Promotional fees
  • Any goods bought at the office such as brushes and mouth rinses are not included
  • Any services covered under Worker’s Compensation or Employer’s Liability Laws
  • If a patient becomes covered by a traditional dental plan, this plan becomes null and void with no refund or fees
  • Loss or theft of dentures, partial dentures, and bridgework
  • General Anesthesia including IV sedation

Post-Op Instructions for Extractions

Bleeding

It is normal for minor bleeding to occur during the first 24 hours following surgery.  Minor bleeding can be described as if the gauze is pink in color or if you experience a slight taste of blood in your mouth.

If slightly heavier bleeding occurs (mouth filling up with blood or gauze is a darker red color):
  • Place a piece of gauze over the surgery site.
  • Bite firmly on the gauze for at least 30 minutes.
  • Do not chew on the surgery site. If the bleeding continues, call the office.
  • Do not suck on area where surgery occurred or drink through a straw during the first 48 hours.

Rinsing

Do not spit or rinse the surgical area on the day of the surgery. The day after surgery, you may gently rinse with warm salt water. You may brush your teeth and your tongue after the surgery but be careful of the surgical site.

Eating

You should start with liquids and very soft foods for the first 24-48 hours following the surgery. If the area feels a little better, you can then move on to a normal diet. Be careful of chewing on hard foods near the surgical area.

Pain & Swelling

It is normal to experience some degree of swelling. If you do experience swelling, you can place ice over your face for 20-30 minutes at a time during the first 24 hours. This should help to reduce pain and swelling. Do not ice the surgical site after the first 36 hours. If you feel discomfort, it is recommended that you take an Advil or Tylenol to ease the pain. If the pain persists, please contact us here at Iliff Family Dental.