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  • Is Buying Healthcare Online Safe?

    Anyone might feel a bit wary about purchasing healthcare - or anything else - online, especially on the tails of Healthcare.gov’s October launch. The press has been all over the site’s myriad of problems, and rightfully so. Issues such as outages, security, privacy, availability, and uncertainty about future coverage have haunted countless Americans.

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  • Considering AARP Dental Insurance?

    AARP’s dental plans feature very comprehensive coverage, and the slightly higher-than-average cost of the plans reflect this. These plans are a solid choice for those whose dental care needs extend beyond regular cleanings and checkups.

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  • How To Buy Dental Insurance

    Choosing a dental insurance plan should be much easier than getting a root canal. But finding an affordable dental insurance plan that meets your needs, now and into the future, isn’t always a painless process.

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  • What Is Basic Dental Insurance?

    Most dental insurance plans do cover these sorts of treatments at 80% of the cost. You also don’t get coverage for root canals, crowns, bridges, dentures or orthodontics. Typically, dental insurance covers 50% of the cost of these services (20% for braces).

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  • Which Dental Insurance Provider Offers the Most Benefits?

    Knowing what to look for when reviewing a dental insurance plan helps you choose the right plan for you. The price of dental insurance doesn’t vary widely, so don’t focus on the plan’s cost or its deductible amount.

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  • Using Your Tax Refund To Pay For Dental Care

    Eight out of 10 U.S. taxpayers will be getting (or just got) a tax refund of roughly $3,000. Most won’t spend that money on a tropical vacation or the latest and greatest consumer technology.

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  • The Best Supplemental Dental Insurance

    There are times when we all need extra dental coverage. The kids (or you) may need braces, or your dentist may tell you that you require treatment that will exceed your dental insurance plan’s annual coverage limit. You can choose to get a supplemental dental insurance policy, or a dental savings plan.

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  • What to Do When Your Dental Insurance is Maxed Out

    Obviously you can exhaust your annual dental coverage of $1000-$1500 fairly quickly. And when your dental costs for most procedures go over that limit, you then have to pay for your own dental care out of pocket for the rest of the year.

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  • The Future Of Dental Care

    The next decade is going to be a great one for your smile. New technologies being developed now will soon enable you to maintain healthy teeth for an entire lifetime – assuming that you can afford the necessary dental treatments. Thankfully, dental savings plans make dental care affordable for everyone. And you’ll want to visit a dentist now so that your teeth are healthy enough to benefit from these new treatments.

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  • What is Supplemental Dental Insurance?

    Supplemental insurance would seem to be the answer if you have exceeded your dental insurance plan's annual maximum or if your plan does not cover a needed procedure. But before you pay more for yet another insurance policy, consider potential problems and your options.

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