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Did you know that Dental Savings Plans in Idaho are more affordable than Dental Insurance?

Dental savings plan members save an average of 50%* at the dentist.

*Discount Health Program consumer & provider surveys indicate average savings of 50%. Savings may vary by provider, location, and plan.

The brands you trust, at a price you can afford.

Start with an Idaho Dental Plan and Have Worry-Free Dentist Visits

Sign up for an Idaho dental savings plan to receive discounts on routine checkups and procedures. Our dental plans make it easy to get professional dental care at remarkably lower rates — giving you a reason to take control of your oral health and see your Idaho dentist more often.

Keep Your Dental Care Simple

Switch to a dental plan in Idaho and put insurance premiums, tedious paperwork, caps and limits behind you. Unlike insurance, our plans work more like warehouse membership clubs. Pricing is always straightforward. You pay a low annual fee to get discounts on dental procedures — from 10% to 60% off.

Save the Way You Want – Unlike Dental Insurance

Whether you need to have your teeth straightened, whitened, sealed or pulled, you can strategically choose the plan that saves you the most money. Unlike Idaho dental insurance, you can always select or switch plans in order to pay less for specific treatments.

Get First-Class Dental Care

You can rest easy knowing that our plans are backed by some of the biggest names in the business: CignaAetna and more. And with over 140,000 dentists in our network, it should be easy to find one who’s nearby.

Dental plans are the
smart choice

No health restrictions

and no annual spending limit

Plans tailored to your needs

cosmetic, restorative, orthodontia, and more

Save right at the dentist office

with no paperwork or waiting

Member support

via our dedicated support team

Frequently Asked Dental Questions

What is an Idaho dental plan?

Idaho dental plans were created for budget-minded singles, families and businesses looking for an alternative to Idaho dental insurance. Plans are easy to use and give members access to services at dentists who have agreed to provide reduced rates on their services.

How do I find a participating Idaho dentist near me?

Searching for dentists in our network is easy. Just go to the dentist finder tool and enter your zip code. You can also provide your dentist’s last name or other additional information to filter your results. Then click on “Search for Dentists” to view your matches.

Does it take long to activate my Idaho dental savings plan?

No – most plans are ready to go in about three business days. So print out your card and get ready to start saving.

What are the main differences between Idaho dental plans and dental insurance?

There are major differences. With a dental savings plan, there are no claims to file – just present your membership card to receive discounts at participating dentists. Unlike dental insurance that has pricey monthly premiums; dental savings plans require a small annual fee that allows you to get discounts on most services at participating dentists.

Find a dental plan that’s right for you.

We connect our customers to the best plans for better dental health in minutes.

We’ve got a plan for you. Let’s compare.

We want you to live life with a clean, healthy mouth—and both dental savings plans and dental insurance can help you do that. But it’s important to consider the differences between these plans and choose the one that best matches your needs. Let’s dive in.

Dental savings plans Dental savings plans
Dental insurance Dental insurance
Preventive care Routine check ups, Cleanings, and X-Rays
Basic procedures Fillings, Extractions, Emergency Care
Major procedures Root Canals, Crowns, Bridges, Dentures
No annual spending caps
No waiting periods*
No deductibles
No exclusions for pre-existing conditions
Switch plans easily
*Waiting periods may be waived with prior dental insurance.

Let’s see what you can save.

See how quickly your dental savings plan can pay for itself. We automatically add preventive care.

Who is this plan for?

Any procedures coming up?

How many family members should be included?

Select the procedures that you need.