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2010 In The News

Cut Your Medical Expenses

CBS MoneyWatch.com | August 2, 2010

DentalPlans.com: Discount dental plans can serve as an alternative to (or a supplement for) existing dental insurance. This site helps you compare available plans in your region, check which local dentists are participating, and gauge savings on a variety of treatments.


Five Tips to Take the Bite Out of Dental Bills

Money Talk News | July 8, 2010

If you don’t have insurance offered through your employer, you can still try for a discount plan. Typical discounts range from 30% – 50%. These plans might also net you discounts on procedures not typically covered by insurance, such as cosmetic procedures, or orthodontic procedures, which are usually only partially covered. Check comparison sites like DentalPlans.com to see more than one plan at a time.


Ways to Spend Less on Dental Costs

MoneyCrashers.com | May 14, 2010

For a yearly membership fee, you can enter into a discount dental plan. This allows you to get significant discounts (sometimes as much as 60%) on dental costs, provided that you use dentists that accept DDP members. Have a look at places like DentalPlans.com to search for plans that may suit you.


Rooting out more dental discounts

Minneapolis Star Tribune | April 3, 2010

An alternative to insurance, dental plans offer members discounted fees at a wide network of dentists. At DentalPlans.com, you can purchase an individual or family plan. There is a 30-day cancellation policy and no waiting periods, deductibles or maximums.


Dental insurance or discount plan?

BankRate.com | April 1, 2010

Because there are no deductibles or caps to worry about, consumers aren't limited by the number of services they receive in a given year, and there's also no paperwork to fill out for reimbursements.


Take the Bite Out of Dental Costs, With or Without Insurance

Examiner.com | March 6, 2010

Shop for dental discount plans and participating dentists at DentalPlans.com. When I researched my ZIP code, I found 22 discount dental plans from which to choose and eight dentists less than three miles from my home.


DentalPlans.com: Find discount dental programs in your area

MakeUseOf.com | March 3, 2010

If you’re not sure dental insurance is an option financially, it’s worth checking out DentalPlans.com. This site acts as a search engine, pointing you to discount dental programs to join in your area: just enter your ZIP code and you’ll see your local options.


Shopping Web sites tailor bargains to fit

Chicago Tribune (via Tribune News Service) | February 7, 2010

Any frugalista knows information can mean big-time savings, and the Internet is the best source of quick-and-easy information. But keeping up with all the useful Web sites could be a full-time job. If you don't have dental insurance, a discount plan might be right for you. DentalPlans.com outlines plans available in your area. You also can use a discount plan with dental insurance.


Lesser-known Web sites tailor bargains to fit users

Sun-Sentinel.com | February 7, 2010

Any frugalista knows information can mean big-time savings, and the Internet is the best source of quick-and-easy information. But keeping up with all the useful Web sites could be a full-time job. If you don't have dental insurance, a discount plan might be right for you. DentalPlans.com outlines plans available in your area. You also can use a discount plan with dental insurance.


How to save $5,000 this year

Real Simple | January 2010

How to save on health care: No dental insurance? If you have a big family or teeth that need lots of attention, or if you're over 50 (which is when gum problems tend to occur), consider a discount dental plan. For $100 to $200 a year, you'll get discounts of 10% to 60% on services and treatments. Visit DentalPlans.com to find one.


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