Affordable Cosmetic Dentistry in Bloomington

Affordable Bloomington Cosmetic Dentistry in BloomingtonWill your Indiana dental insurance cover cosmetic dentistry in Bloomington? Many men and women assume their dental insurance won’t cover any procedures obtained solely for cosmetic purposes. This is probably true for tooth bleaching or dental bonding. However, many Indiana dental insurance plans and supplemental plans cover orthodontia and any treatment required to repair damage from an injury. Medical insurance and worker’s compensation plans may also cover injury treatment.

Ask Your Provider, You May be Surprised

Some dental insurance plans cover replacement porcelain veneers in certain circumstances. Check with your carrier for benefit specifics if you need replacement veneers due to deterioration. We can then review treatment options such as replacement veneers or porcelain crowns. When the process is completed, we may be able to help you submit your dental claim form if your plan requires one. If the treatment isn’t covered, then speak with our team to go over your options.

Talk to Our Team

If you are in need of any kind of dental treatment, from a cleaning to major restorative work, come in to Create A Smile, PC and visit Dr. Ken Moore. You can meet our friendly team, undergo an intensive evaluation, and discuss financing options for cosmetic dentistry in Bloomington. Even if you do not have Indiana dental insurance, let’s talk about possibilities such as financing. Top quality dental treatment is a worthwhile investment and may be more economical than you think. Create A Smile, PC – Dr. Ken Moore has been proudly serving Bloomington residents since 2001. Create A Smile, PC – Dr. Ken Moore is a network dental provider for many Indiana dental insurance plans. Our services include same day crowns, Invisalign clear braces, and cosmetic dentistry in Bloomington.

Contact Create A Smile, PC – Dr. Ken Moore:


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219 E. 17th St.
Bloomington, Indiana


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