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As a leading online marketplace for affordable alternatives to traditional dental insurance, :DentalPlans is dedicated to improving oral health nationwide by making quality dental care affordable and accessible to everyone. Our press center contains information on dental savings plans, the importance of oral health to a person's overall health and wellbeing, our proprietary consumer healthcare research, and an overview of our company, vision and mission.

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