Do you need dental insurance?

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January 3rd, 2018



It’s just a few days into the New Year, and many folks are reconsidering their ongoing financial choices. Is dental insurance on your potential chopping block? After all, you brush twice a day, floss regularly, and your teeth don’t hurt – why would you need dental insurance?

Several reasons, actually.

  • The only way to know if your teeth – and mouth – are healthy is by checking in with your dentist regularly.
  • Normal checkups often result in catching issues in your mouth before they become complex.
  • Even treating simple cavities can be expensive if you don’t have insurance to help cover the cost.

Purchasing an Individual and Family Plan means:

  • Reason to visit your dentist twice annually.
  • Less out-of-pocket costs for procedures, both routine and complex.
  • Access to the nation’s largest network of dentists.

Here’s how our Individual and Family Plans work:

Dentists who are a part of our networks have agreed to a discounted cost for certain procedures, meaning what they charge us for a procedure is less than what you would pay without coverage.

Our annual maximums –the limit that our plans will pay each year – vary from $500-$1,500. Learn more about our Individual and Family plans here.