Whether for a job-based plan or Medicare, missing the open enrollment window could leave you without coverage for an extended time, potentially resulting in expensive out-of-pocket costs. However, depending on your situation, you may be eligible to sign up for coverage past the open enrollment period.
Dental Insurance Articles
Having dental insurance is a great way for you to ensure your teeth and gums remain as healthy as possible. But, you may not know how to fully take advantage of your dental benefits. Keep reading to learn more about how you can maximize your dental insurance.
If you’re a senior looking for dental coverage, you’ll likely want the most flexible and affordable option. The “best” dental plan for you depends on the urgency of which you need care, your location, and your budget. However, there are four dental insurance plans worth looking into.
If you’re a senior, you can switch from Original Medicare to a Medicare Advantage plan or vice versa. However, you might ask yourself: should I switch to a Medicare Advantage plan or Original Medicare? Here’s what you need to know about both Medicare options and why you may need supplemental coverage.
Medicare Advantage plans may cover dentures, but since these plans are sold through private insurance companies, each plan’s conditions can vary, meaning not every plan will necessarily provide denture coverage. It’s important to research plans thoroughly to ensure they cover dentures.
Seniors have multiple options for getting dental coverage. But if you’re planning to enroll in Medicare, you may wonder what dental services they offer. In this blog, we’ll answer that question and explore the options available if you plan to sign up for Medicare.
According to the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics, the cost of dental services increased nearly 2% in June 2022, the largest monthly increase ever recorded. With this uncertain economy, you may be considering cutting back on unnecessary spending. However, it’s important not to include dental services on that list of cut-backs.
Navigating how and when to apply for Medicare can be challenging, especially considering all the coverage conditions, requirements, and other fine print details. If you’re planning on enrolling for Medicare, don’t worry. We’re here to help you understand what you need to do to get on Medicare.
If you’re planning a major oral surgery such as wisdom teeth removal, you may wonder if your medical insurance can cover your dental treatment. Let’s dive deep into what constitutes a medical or dental procedure and who covers it.
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Dentists recommend 2 cleanings, 2 check-ups and 1
set of x-rays per year.
confident that your plan will pay for
itself*, we will refund your money if it doesn't.
Some exclusions apply