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 Dental Services

The WVCHIP Benefit Plan covers a full range of dental services. Preventive Services are covered for your children and there are no copays.  Your children can have a dental screening to make sure they are "school-ready".  They can see a dentist every six months for a dental exam, which includes cleaning, fluoride treatments, and bitewings (partial mouth x-rays to check for decay).  Full mouth x-rays are covered every 36 months.    

Dental Benefits

Frequently Asked Questions - Dental Benefits

Orthodontic Treatment Precertification Form

You can find the names of Dental Providers for West Virginia listed on the following website.  These Dental Providers are ones who have seen children who have WVCHIP Coverage. 

WV Dental Providers List is located on the InsureKidsNow.Gov website.  You can review your information and if anything needs edited or updated, please let us know by calling 1-877-982-2447.  

WVCHIP Dental Provider Guide

Dental Provider Information Form  (See APPENDIX of Dental Provider Guide above)
       This form is only to provide the WVCHIP office with the contact information for a dentist's
       office for the List, which is located is on the InsureKidsNow.Gov website. 

If you need to sign up as a provider with WVCHIP to begin seeing children in your office that are covered by WVCHIP, you will need to contact Molina at:  1-888-483-0793.

New CHIP Policy Helps Babies Get Early Oral Health Care at the Doctor's Office

Effective October 1, 2011, the West Virginia Children's Health Insurance Program (WVCHIP) began reimbursing primary care providers who apply fluoride varnish to children from their 1st tooth erruption, ages to under 36 months (3years).  The application of the fluoride varnish should include education and counseling with the child's caregiver.  Providers must have completed a certified training course from the WVU School of Dentistry prior to performing and billing for these services.  WVCHIP allows coverage for two fluoride varnish applications per year (one every six months).  The first application must be provided and billed in conjunction with a comprehensive well-child exam.  For more information, please refer to the Medical Infant/Child Health Program Fluoride Varnish by Primary Care Practioners WVCHIP Coverage Policy found at our website at www.chip.wv.gov.

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