Enrolled members receive significantly reduced fees on dental health – saving an average of 20% to 50% off of almost all standard dentist fees. Members gain national access to thousands of credentialed dentists for common procedures and preventative care.
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People with dental benefits are more likely to visit a dentist, take their children to the dentist, and have better overall health, according to a National Association of Dental Plans (NADP) report.
Cut Future Expenses
80 percent of Americans say they delay dental care knowing that it will cost them more in the long term. Cut future expenses with Discount Dental.
74 million Americans have no dental coverage – that’s almost one-quarter (23%) of the population or more than double the percentage that lacks health insurance.
The negative impacts of poor dental health go beyond having bad teeth; they also affect health, employment, and well-being. Poor oral health has long-term effects associated with serious illnesses like cardiovascular disease, certain types of cancer, pneumonia, dementia and Alzheimer’s disease, and birth complications. By providing lower costs to improve oral health, serious and expensive medical issues can be mitigated and avoided altogether.
Avoid ER Visits
According to the American Dental Association, dental pain accounted for 2.1 million emergency room visits in 2010. As with most dental decay, the majority of these cases could easily have been prevented with routine care and hygiene.
Broad Service Range
With discounts up to 50% on preventive & diagnostic (oral Exams, cleanings, x-rays), restorative (fillings, inlays, and crowns), endodontics, periodontics, and prosthodontics, oral surgery, and orthodontics.
Enrolled members enjoy no time limitation on major dental work, no waiting – members can start using the plan as soon as they’re enrolled, with no age restrictions.
Empower employees to thrive and advance at work by giving them access to affordable dental care, which is proven to improve the quality of the Employer’s workforce. Individuals who don’t take care of their teeth or oral hygiene face uphill battles when starting or advancing their careers due to bad connotations associated with discolored or missing teeth, poor image for the company, and assumptions about self-discipline.
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