Dental Health Plans & More
From Individuals and Families to Groups and Businesses, oral health is a key
component of an overall healthy and happy lifestyle; with the proliferation
of sweet foods, snacks and treats, today more than ever a good dental health
plan should be an important consideration for all. Here you will find a wealth
of information about dental plans, including detailed information for beginners
who may not necessarily know what to look for in a good dental health plan,
how to join one of these plans, how to save and more. Additionally we offer
detailed dental health information in the form of our easy to use dental health
FAQ located in the menu above and to the right of this text. Pay close attention to your dental hygiene; it's absolutely critical to your overall health.
Why are dental health plans useful and important?
It's an obvious question but we thought we would answer it anyway. Joining a
dental health plan offers a variety of benefits and advantages with the main
- To save money on routine dental care (e.g. checkups, cleanings, exams and
x-rays). Regular dentist visits can be quite expensive, but having a plan
insulates your pocket from this, as you typically end up paying a lot less
than you would if you were to pay out-of-pocket each time
- To save money on occasional but expensive dental work that may be required.
Extractions, root canals, and braces are good examples of this, and having
a good dental plan will prevent the need to have to handle unexpected but
important dental emergencies
- To improve overall quality of life. Many that can't necessarily afford regular
dentist visits will find themselves with cavities and other persistent oral
problems that could possibly be avoided or solved through the simple matter
of dental health plans
Join a dental plan
Prescriptions1.Net offers easy options for you to explore as you seek the dental
health plan that suits you, your family or group as best as possible. Once you
have identified the one that seems to be most suitable, here is our quick take
on how simple / easy the signup process should typically be:
What should a good dental health plan offer?
- Complete online form
- Pay instantly online using your credit card
- Instantly receive your membership cards and fulfillment package via email
- Receive additional information via regular mail (where applicable)
Dental health plans will vary in cost and benefits. Typical plans however will
cover most or all of the following - cleanings, examinations, root canals, braces,
gum surgery, dental implants, fillings, crowns, bridges, x-rays, fluoride treatments,
dentures and wisdom tooth extractions. Additionally, you should be able to use
your dental plan through an extensive network of dentists with operations nationwide.
In order to get the most suitable and ideal plan, it is important that you check
carefully the individual plan details before signing up.
Dental Insurance tidbits
About 156 million Americans have dental coverage, estimates Evelyn Ireland, executive
director of the National Association of Dental Plans, a Dallas-based trade organization
whose members include providers of managed-care and other dental plans.
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Important Note / Disclaimer:
The information here at Prescriptions1.Net is intended to supplement,
not be a substitute for the expertise and judgment of a dentist, doctor,
pharmacist or other healthcare professional.