North Tampa Dentistry
A Great Dentist

Insurance

Navigating the world of dental insurance can be frustrating, even for us. In order to help make this process easier for our patients, we do everything possible to handle insurance claims for you. Insurance estimates accompany all treatment procedures before any work is done, and we only charge our patients their out-of-pocket copay.

If you do not have any dental insurance, fear not. We do provide cash discounts for procedures paid in full, or if you need to stretch payments out over time, we can offer you financing with Care Credit. Care Credit has several plans available, and we handle most of the financing process in-house. Low monthly payments can help you achieve your goal of a beautiful and healthy smile.

In order to help answer some insurance questions, we have provided a list of some of those insurance carriers we work with. If you do not see your insurer's name below, please call us to verify. This list continually changes with new ones being added.

We accept almost all PPO’s, whether in-network or out-of-network.

Insurances Accepted:

  • Access PPO
  • Aetna PPO/ Aetna Fee-For-Service
  • Guardian PPO
  • Assurant
  • Humana PPO
  • Blue Cross PPO
  • Blue Dental Choice PPO, (Choice Plus)
  • Blue Select PPO
  • FEP Blue Dental
  • Maverest PPO
  • Carrington PPO, Carrington Platinum PPO
  • Met Life PDP
  • Cigna PPO
  • Comp Benefits PPO
  • Premier Dental Group PPO
  • Principal PPO
  • United Healthcare PPO
  • Delta Dental PPO
  • SafeGuard PPO
  • Dentamax PPO
  • Unicare 200 FFS
  • United Concordia PPO
  • WellPoint PPO
  • Lincoln PPO
  • Mutual of Omaha
  • GEHA PPO
Frequently Asked Questions

There has been no research or documentation that confirms this. In fact, the majority of dental offices have been open for many months since the pandemic began and there have been no documented cases of dental offices spreading the virus. Bars and restaurants pose a substantially higher risk than seeking routine dental care. That is a fact!

Absolutely. Modern dental offices use air purification systems that clean the air in each treatment room in a matter of minutes. These purifiers have many levels of filtration including UVC lighting which kills viruses. In addition, dental offices adhere to strict infection control guidelines that existed long before COVID. If you're still uncertain, call your dental office to see what precautions they are doing. 

Dental phobia may be linked to a bad experience in a dental office—particularly during childhood. It can also be rooted in myths you’ve heard on the internet. In any case, if you suffer from dental anxiety, your dentist in north Tampa, FL offers a variety of solutions to help you get the dental care you need.

Relaxation and Sedation Dentistry in Tampa, FL

At North Tampa Dentistry, Dr. Roberto Bellegarrigue treats patients with a gentle touch and much compassion. While some dentists may not care how you are feeling, you can count on our team's stellar chairside manner. Our goal is to provide you with the most comfortable dental experience possible.

Another way we help with dental anxiety is to find out where the source of stress is coming from and then tailor an anxiety reduction protocol to provide dental care. It could be the use of nitrous gas, Rx medication, or even IV sedation.

Your sedation dentist in Tampa, FL discusses these options with you and helps you choose an option or a combination of options that allow for pain-free dentistry and ultimate relaxation.

For Sedation Dentistry in North Tampa, Contact a Member of Our Dental Team

We want to help you get the care you need without worry or fear. Tell us how we can help you today.

Yes it is. Dentistry, by nature, has always had to deal with respiratory infections which is why there are so many precautions that are always in place. Treatment rooms are disinfected for every patient, instruments are sterilized for each patient, staff members have always worn masks and now wear face masks as added protection. Modern offices use hi-tech air filtration systems to purify the air in each treatment room including UVC lights to kill viruses. Technically speaking the dental staff is more at risk than a patient is. But overall, dental offices are very safe.

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Our practice has resumed normal operations with extra COVID-19 precautions. The quality of your treatment will remain as it always has, at a high level.  Please review our patient protocols below to know what to expect for your appointment. Please contact our office at (813) 968-5368. We look forward to seeing all of your smiling faces!

To learn more about additional levels of protection for our staff and our patients, please take a look at our Patient Protocol.