Dental Insurance Articles
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.
If you’re wondering if you can have two dental insurance plans, it is possible. Keep reading to understand dual dental coverage and how it may help you save on dental treatment.
Whether it’s a date, job interview, or social event, a bright, white smile can help you make a great first impression. If you’re thinking about whitening your teeth professionally, it’s important to know the associated costs and whether your dental insurance covers teeth whitening
If you added your child as a dependent on your dental insurance, it’s important to know that they can’t stay on your plan forever. Let’s take a look at how long your child can remain on your dental plan and what options are available once they reach that certain age.
As you get older, dental health becomes increasingly important because it can significantly impact your overall wellbeing. If you’re 65 or older, you’re eligible for Medicare, but you may be wondering if they provide dental plans for seniors. We’re here to help answer key questions about your options for Medicare dental plans.
A dental emergency is never fun, especially if you're without dental insurance. When looking for dental insurance, you'll notice the term "waiting period," which can often be a roadblock for many people trying to get immediate dental treatment. We'll explain what a waiting period is and how it works.
When you’re a freelancer, you need dental and health insurance just like your fellow nine-to-fivers, but without a set paycheck, you might not feel super confident that you can pay for dental and/or health insurance.
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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