Smile! Now say ahhhh....
Broke your tooth on an unpopped popcorn kernel? Took a too-enthusiastic bite of taffy and found yourself missing a crown? We’re here to provide you with the best dental insurance to get you back to normal ASAP, and without the kind of overpriced service that adds insult to injury.
The incredible discounts our customers benefit from mean dental insurance coverage doesn’t have to be a pain. Our dental plans offer oral exams, cleanings, crowns, and more to help keep a healthy mouth and beautiful smile for years to come. And with full coverage dental insurance, you’ll be protected from outrageous fees on the types of routine and emergency services that will make you very glad you signed up for an affordable plan. And slightly less afraid of ever getting movie theatre popcorn again.
Dental Insurance Features and Benefits
- Coverage for everyone in your household – Both individual and family dental insurance plans are available
- Discounts on oral exams – Save money while taking routine care of your teeth
- Affordable dental x-rays – Important for detecting damage and disease that might not appear on a regular dental exam
- Coverage for teeth cleaning – Helping you maintain your healthy, beautiful smile
- Coverage for children’s orthodontics – Costly procedures, made affordable for your family
- Benefits beyond the basics – Affordable dental insurance coverage for fillings, root canals, crowns, and more
Know your deductible, know your annual limit
A deductible is the amount you need to pay for any covered services before you insurance comes into play. For example, if you have a $500 deductible, that means you pay $500 in out-of-pocket costs before your dental insurance plan comes in and pays for any additional services.
Meaning? You want to look for a plan that keeps that deductible number low.
Some plans may also come with an annual limit, which is a cap on the amount your plan will pay in a year that you’re enrolled. Sometimes these limits are placed on a particular service, so make sure to confirm that with them too. Once your annual limit is met, you must pay all of the out-of-pocket costs for that service. Look closely for any annual limits when choosing the best plan for your needs.
Sadly, cavities don’t go away once you hit a certain age. In fact, the opposite can be true. Conditions like receding gums can expose a tooth’s roots to plaque, and lead to cavities. Adults can also experience cavities around the edges of a filling, so yes, you may have to pay to have the same tooth filled twice. And while there’s only so much upkeep we non-dentists can do on a daily basis, dental insurance makes it more affordable to visit the professionals more regularly for all-important cleanings and thorough exams. It really is something to smile about.
Choose your dental insurance plan from any of the trusted carriers below.