Jonathon Everett Lee, D.D.S., Inc.

Brian D. Lee, D.D.S., M.S.D., Inc.

Christian P. Yee, D.D.S.

Diplomates of the American Board of Pediatric Dentistry


Dental Insurance

The Dental Insurance Landscape Post ACA

Putting “politics aside,” Bruce Hentschel of Benefits Pro reports on The Post-Affordable Care Act (ACA) Dental Benefits “landscape”, especially as it relates to employers. In his analysis, Hentschel writes that confusion persists regarding the state of dental benefits on t...

Dental Insurance Premiums- How Much Goes To Care?

Currently, all medical insurance plans must spend at least 80 percent of patient premiums directly on patient care and reimbursement for doctor provided services. This standard is known as a medical loss ratio (MLR). However, no MLR minimum standard exists for dental insurance...

Covered California Makes Changes to Dental Benefits for 2015

It is open enrollment time, and it is important to understand some of the changes happening in regards to your medical and dental insurance coverage. Covered California has announced some changes to how dental benefits will be offered in the state exchange for 2015. For 2015,...

Advocating For Dental Patient Rights and Insurance Benefits

The California Dental Assocation is sponsoring a patient protection bill that requires insurance premium dollars to go toward care. The Bill, introduced by Assemblymember Nancy Skinner, (D-Berkeley), will ensure that a minimum percentage of consumer premiums are actually spent on...

The Affordable Care Act (ACA) and Orthodontics: Update 2014

With the start of the New Year-2014, the implementation of the Affordable Care Act (ACA) is having an impact on orthodontic benefits of patients. The exact degree that the ACA affects patients is currently unknown. Recently, there have been reports of patient’s orthodontic...

The Affordable Care Act (ACA) and Orthodontics

The Affordable Care Act and Orthodontics The American Association of Orthodontists has provided the following information related to the implementation of the Affordable Care Act (ACA) by the U.S. government, specifically as it relates to orthodontic treatment: There is nothing...