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Old 07-26-2019, 12:35 PM
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Originally Posted by denbigh View Post
Is it possible the dentist can direct bill he insurance? You would just need the number off the card and then you would only have to worry about reimbursement for the proportional portion not covered by insurance...

Definitely section 7 expense.


I agree with denbigh here, in that it's always better to find a dentist that can do direct billing with insurance. It's always a pain to claim reimbursements through your insurance for the larger amount, then add a problematic "ex" into the situation, and it's just frustrating.



If you anticipate large dental expenses coming up, in the next few years, it would also be good for you to find insurance as well, so that the expenses can be coordinated between the two plans. (yours and ex's)



What is the section 7 split between you guys anyway?
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