2260 N. Zaragoza Rd, Ste A112. El Paso, Tx, 79938

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Tricare Dentist In El Paso, Texas

At Sun Ridge Smiles, we are in network with Tricare because we are proud to serve active military and their loved ones. Your checkup and cleaning are fully covered.

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Proudly Accepting United Concordia Tricare Dental Insurance

What Does Tricare Dental Insurance Cover When You Go To An In-Network Tricare Dentist?

Tricare Dental insurance covers a lot of procedures such as sealant, flouride, exams and xrays at 100%.
Other procedures such as fillings, crowns, extractions, root canals, etc, are covered partially.
For exact benefits, please contact us and we can verify your insurance benefit for you free of charge.

To learn more about Tricare Dental Program and how to enroll, you can go to the tricare dental website.

Dental Services We Provide For Tricare Members

As an tricare dentist El Paso, we provide comprehensive family dentistry for kids as young as 2 to the elderly. We provide common services such as tooth extraction, fillings, cleaning, as well as braces and implants.

We are commited to serving our brave and dedicated Military members and their loved ones. All our dentists are in-network with Tricare Dental. This include Tricare Prime, Tricare Select, and ADDP.

Frequently Asked Questions

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How Much Does An Exam Cost?

At Sun Ridge Smiles, as a Tricare Dentist El Paso, emergency and routine checkup are covered at 100% typically. Same goes for regular cleaning and fluoride treatment.

Does Tricare Cover Braces Or Implants?

Tricare dental insurance usually covers braces up to a certain age and dental implants after a certain age. Please contact us and we can help you verify your coverage.

When should I take my child to their first dental checkup?

Babies typically start getting their first teeth (usually lower teeth in the front) at around 6 month. At Sun Ridge Smiles, we typically start seeing kids regularly starting at 6 month old. The American Academy of Pediatric Dentistry recommends that latest first visit to be no later than 1 year old.