Using your dental insurance couldn't be easier:
Choose a licensed dentist
practicing in North Carolina
Make an appointment
Show your BCBSNC member ID
card at the dentist's office
If you select a participating dental provider, your dental claims will be filed for you. Non-participating providers may require payment in full at the time of service, and are not required to file your claim on your behalf.
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Applicants and their spouses/domestic partners age 65 and older who are residents of North Carolina are eligible for Dental Blue for Seniors.
A spouse/domestic partner can be added within 30 days of a qualifying life event, such as marriage, divorce or court order.
No, Dental Blue for Seniors is only available to applicants and their spouses/domestic partners age 65 and older.
No, your coverage can begin on either the first or the 15th of the month.
Reapplying for coverage isn't permitted for 12 months from your policy's termination date.
You may experience a change in your monthly premiums at the time of your annual renewal (January 1 of each year), or when you add or remove dependents.
Your initial payment can be made by credit card or bank draft. Subsequent monthly premium payments can be set up for credit card, bank draft or direct bill.
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Participating providers will file the claim on your behalf. If your dentist office does not file claims, you should pay the dentist in full and submit your claim to BCBSNC for reimbursement. Complete a dental claim form and mail it to us within 180 days from the date of your service.
Mail the completed claim form to:
Blue Cross and Blue Shield of North Carolina
Dental Claims Unit
P.O. Box 2100
Winston-Salem, NC 27102-2100
Yes, BCBSNC may waive or reduce your dental waiting period by the number of months of prior dental coverage. Proof of prior dental coverage with less than 63 days lapse in coverage is required.