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Parent Place

Welcome to our Miami office! We make the insurance process simple for parents. To see if we accept your insurance, we need the following:

  1. Complete the online forms sent to you by email

  2. Send us your insurance card (front and back) to 305-285-8341

  3. Allow up to two business days for our team to check benefits, eligibility and verification of coverage

  4. Please note that insurance companies can only give us estimates of costs and copays, only after we submit can we fully receive 100% clarification of coverage.

  5. Once all of the above is met

  6. Then we will contact you at least 24 hours prior to the appointment to review coverages and co-pays

PPO Dental Plans

Aetna PPO       Ameritas PPO        Blue Dental Choice PPO and FEP      Cigna PPO   Delta PPO

GEHA/Connection Dental     Guardian PPO    Humana PPO     MetLife PPO    Principal            United Healthcare

We also work with Premier Dental Group dental plans, and with GEHA Connection. If you don’t see your insurance plan, you can always give us a call and we can assist in checking with you.

What are the most common dental procedures in pediatrics?

The most common dental procedures in pediatrics include:

  • Tongue-tie and Lip-tie Procedures: We use the LASER to safely remove the frenum in the mouth to help the baby nurse and can lead to improved speech, eating and better facial development.

  • Fillings: This is when a dentist removes decay from a tooth and then fills it with material (composite resin)

  • Crowns: We reduce the tooth and over it we place a tooth-colored white zirconia crown. 

  • Tooth Extractions: This is usually done if there is too much damage decay on a tooth or if baby teeth need to be removed.

What is the main goal of Pediatric Dentistry?

The main goal of pediatric dentistry is to: 

1. ensure that children have healthy teeth and mouths

2. via early age appointments, remember, the first dental visit should be by age 1 or when the first tooth erupts in the mouth.

3. maintain the baby teeth in the mouth because they preserve the space for the incoming teeth 

For additional reading please visit the American Academy of Pediatric Dentistry's website at and 

read their Oral  Health Policies & Recommendations

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