Dental Insurance Information
Affordable Dental & Vision Insurance Plans
Applying for dental insurance can be a highly frustrating experience, often with mountains of paperwork and unexpected issues, such as lengthy dental care eligibility verification procedures.
With dentists’ fees rising far faster than inflation there are more than 100 million Americans lacking dental insurance. Recently released figures show that 29 percent of all adults have untreated cavities, a number which continues to rise.
Plus, with so many dental carriers to choose from, it is often difficult to determine the best dental plan to fit your needs.
Fortunately, we work with major medical carriers whose dental insurance options include dental plans with discounts on dental costs, an easy approval process and the ability to select a dentist or dental care professional from a list or network.
In addition, dental insurance is offered as an optional benefit with many major medical plans. When you request a health insurance quote, we’ll let you know which plans include dental coverage and/or dental discount plans. By clicking on the buttons below, you’ll also be able to see the top two Dental and Vision plans in the country right now based on price and benefits combined!
Vision insurance refers to a contract between a consumer and an insurance organization which provides vision care in return for a premium. In exchange for their premium payments, consumers usually receive eye examinations (given by doctors and clinics contracted with the insurance organization) and corrective eyewear. Exactly how much of the fees are covered varies according to the specifics of the plan.
Even if you have perfect vision, proper preventative eye care is an essential practice towards ensuring the health of your vision in the years to come . The most important step is receiving routine examinations from a qualified eye care professional. Individuals between the ages of 20 to 40 are recommended an exam every 5 years or so, provided no visual changes or injury has occurred. Individuals over the age of 40 should have an exam every 2 years or so.
Plan features and benefits will vary depending on the provider, but features typically discounted include:
- Eye examinations
- Surgical procedures - including Lasik procedures where available.
- Contact Lenses
- Non-prescription sunglasses
Contact us today for more information!