Question: Is there any dental insurance plans that I can get for a signal person for less then $20.00 a month. So far all the plans I see for dental insurance are around $30.00 – $50.00 a month. I am willing to have longer waiting periods if that will help reduce my monthly cost. I have no major dental needs but I hate not having dental insurance just in case something was to come up. Can you offer me a low cost dental insurance plan?
Reply: Yes you can find low monthly cost insurance. What you would want to look for are the HMO dental insurance plans. They normally offer very low affordable monthly cost as well as good over all coverages.
Another choice also would be a dental discount plan. They to are very affordable on a monthly cost bases and will also help reduce your dental services needed.
We provide both of these plan types in most states. Just enter your zip code in the quote box provided in order to review the dental insurance and plan options we have available in your state.
Question: I have to pick between an dental Indemnity plan and a PPO dental Insurance plan. My work has both as a choices but I am not sure what the difference is. They seen the same to me. My job is paying for the plan, so I can go either way. Is there a difference between the two that I should know?
Reply: The main difference between the two would be whether or not the PPO plan you are reviewing lowers there cover amount if you decide to go outside their network of providers.
If they do then you may be better of choosing the indemnity if your dentist is not in the PPO’s plan network of provider. On an indemnity plan they have no dentist network you simply go to whatever dentist you want. That way your coverages are the same for whatever dentist you choose.
One of the most common infectious diseases found in indigenous children in the US and Canada is early childhood tooth decay. Resulting in additional adverse health effects. The American Academy of Pediatrics and Canadian Paediatrics Society provide recommendations for prevention of dental disease in you children and pregnant women in a new policy statement, “Early Childhood Caries in Indigenous Communities,” Which involves the collaboration with primary health care providers, policy makers, and public health practitioners in indigenous communities.
Are teeth the latest victims of bisphenol A? Yes, according to the conclusions of work carried out by the research team led by Ariane Berdal of the Université Paris-Diderot and Sylvie Babajko, Research Director at Inserm Unit 872 “Centre des Cordeliers.” The researchers have shown that the teeth of rats treated with low daily doses of BPA could be damaged by this.Analysis of the damage shows numerous characteristics that are common with a recently identified pathology of tooth enamel that affects roughly 18% of children between the ages of 6 and 8.
So I have like two root canal which also need crowns that I found out is going to cost me over $3500.00 when it is all done. I do not have dental insurance so I started looking for one. Only to find out that the dental insurance plans want me to pay like 45.00 a month but will not even cover me for a year and then only at 40%. What a rip off.
There is no way I can afford to pay %3500.00. So I am stuck in waiting for something to come down. Do you think Obama’s health care plan will also offer free dental work. I do not know what else to do and not sure how long I can put of my dental needs.
Since I am no longer a full time student I was dropped from my parents dental insurance plan. I am 23 and my work dose not offer any dental insurance. I need an affordable dental insurance plan for an individual that lives in New York, New York.
I am willing to spend $30 or so a month but finding only plans that are $50 or more. I would also like to able to have a comparison chart of the plans details including providers and coverages. All I have come across is just a sample of the plans coverage. I do not want to buy a plan based on six or seven items. Thanks for any help.