What does UCF mean in dental bill?
These allowable fees may vary widely, because each company collects fee information from claims it processes. The insurance company then takes this data and arbitrarily chooses a level they call "allowable" to set their "UCF"~(ususal and customary fees).
Can you spread the cost of dental treatment?
Yes, normally private dentists offer payment plans to help spread the cost of dental treatment. Also, you can have a set monthly plan that includes all your dental needs for the year. This way you can be budget and feel comfortable to not have to worry about a large dental bill again.
What happens if you can’t afford dental treatment UK?
If you're on a low income and find it difficult to pay the charge, you can apply to the NHS Low Income Scheme. You can submit a claim for a refund at the same time as you apply to the Low Income Scheme. Refund claims must be submitted within 3 months of the date on which you paid.
Can you pay NHS dental charges in installments?
You will pay only one charge even if you need to go to the dentist more than once to complete a course of treatment, but your dentist may collect this charge in instalments. Some patients may be entitled to help towards their dental costs.
Does UCF have dental?
Located on the second floor of the Health Center, the UCF Dental Center is a state-of-the-art dental facility where quality and affordability are combined in a nurturing, soothing environment. Our focus is on patient education, serving the dental needs of our patients and creating a positive dental experience.
What does UCF estimated fee mean?
UCF Fee means means any non-sufficient funds fee(s) assessed to an Account Holder for items paid when the Account had insufficient funds.
What does UCR mean on dental bill?
UCR refers to the fee guidelines that are used to pay claims. UCR is used if you have a PPO plan but visit an out-of-network dentist.