Dental/Vision Insurance

Why Dental Insurance?

Dental insurance is a form of health insurance designed to pay a portion of the costs associated with dental care.

When it comes to dental insurance, most people look at things a bit differently: they assume nothing major will happen and then they do a simple cost calculation based on that assumption. Most of us will total up the cost of two exams, two cleanings, X-rays, a filling or two—and then compare that to the annual cost of dental insurance. If the insurance costs less, then we do it: no brainer. If the insurance costs more, then a lot of us will chance it: plan to pay out-of-pocket and hope nothing major happens. Frankly, it’s not a bad way to think about it. However, it can cost less than you think.

Dental Insurance coverage costs less than your daily cup of coffee. Your teeth and gums are worth the cost. Dental health affects overall health. It’s not a stretch to make a connection between dental health and your overall well-being. It might interest you to know that poor oral health can lead to high blood sugar and can be a cause of respiratory ailments like pneumonia. There’s also a high correlation between bad gums and diabetes, clogged arteries, stroke, and heart disease. Bottom line: Get yourself some good dental insurance, keep your mouth in good working order and keep smiling for years to come.

Keep in mind that  Medicare does not cover routine visits for dental health. Just like the rest of the body, the mouth and teeth generally become less healthy over time and this can lead to other medical problems. Dental insurance is a good idea as long as the price is right. In addition to our various basic dental plans, some of them also offer the opportunity to add vision and hearing services to the package for a small additional premium.

You might also want to think about a few things:

  • It can cost less than you think. Since you’re here, you’re obviously shopping around: Dental Insurance coverage costs less than you’re probably paying for your daily coffee. And if your morning caffeine jolt is worth the price, your teeth probably are too, right? Come on, you get 20 coffees a month: how many sets of teeth do you get?
  • Dental health affects overall health. It’s not a stretch to make a connection between dental health and your overall well-being. Your body’s just one big system, really. It might interest you to know poor oral health can lead to high blood sugar and can be a cause of respiratory ailments like pneumonia. There’s also a high correlation between bad gums and diabetes, clogged arteries, stroke, and heart disease. Bottom line: is this a place you want to cut corners? Get yourself some good dental insurance, keep your mouth in good working order and keep smiling for years to come.

Be aware that Medicare does not cover routine visits for dental health. Just like the rest of our body, people’s mouth and teeth generally become less healthy over time and this can lead to other medical problems.

In addition to our various basic dental plans, some of them also offer the opportunity to add vision and hearing services to the package for an additional premium.

Why Vision Insurance?  

Vision insurance provides coverage for routine eye care and is typically written to compliment other medical benefits. Health insurance plans may only cover eye care if you’ve got a major medical issue, so purchasing a vision insurance plan to help with the cost of eye exams and prescription eyeglasses or lenses could be a good option for you. Because eye exams can detect hidden medical problems, even those with perfect vision shouldn’t skip them. According to Mayo Clinic, as you age, you’ll need more frequent vision exams. Call us to learn about the various vision insurance plans available so you can select the best vision insurance plan for you.

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