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Affordable Wisconsin Dentists
Looking for affordable dental care in Wisconsin? No need to waste lots of time searching for the cheapest dentist in the state. A dental savings plan unlocks savings at dentists all across Wisconsin and makes dental checkups and dental care such as root canals and crowns, braces, bridges and dentures affordable.
You start saving 10-60% at the dentists as soon as your plan activates – within 24-72 hours, depending on the plan you choose. And while dental insurance typically has a maximum of $1,000-$1,500 – about the cost of one root canal and crown – your dental savings plan has no spending limit, so you can save on all the care that you need for a healthy smile. And everyone is accepted, there are no background checks or paperwork to file.
What kinds of Wisconsin dentists accept dental savings plans?
Many general dentists in Wisconsin accept dental savings plans. If you want to see a particular dentist, you can use the search tool to see what plans he or she accepts.
For dental specialists, it depends on the plan you choose. Many plans include savings at specialty dental care, so you can find dental savings plans that help you save at:
Endodontists: These dentists treat diseases of the dental pulp, with procedures like root canals.
Oral Surgeons: These surgeons handle complicated tooth extractions (like impacted wisdom teeth) and also perform bone grafting and may place dental implants.
Periodontists: If you need treatments for severe or persistent gum disease, such as deep cleanings, you might choose to see a periodontist.
Pediatric Dentists: Pediatric dentists provide dental care for infants and children.
Orthodontists: These specialists fix misaligned bites, and other conditions that keep your teeth from fitting together properly. You might see an orthodontist if you need braces.
Prosthodontists: Focus on restoring broken, cracked or missing teeth. If you need dental implants, bonding, crowns, bridges, or dentures, you might get treated by a prosthodontist.
You can find Wisconsin dentists near you who accept plans, just visit our dentist finder tool and enter your ZIP code. Then click “Search for Dentists” to get your matches.
Many plans also offer, at no additional charge, savings on vision care, prescriptions, hearing care and chiropractic treatments along with other health and wellness services. Your savings extend beyond dental care!
Ready to save at a Wisconsin dentist near you? Join now! And if you have questions about the plans you’re considering, call us today! We are always happy to assist you.
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Frequently Asked Dental Questions
Dental savings plans are an affordable alternative to dental insurance. Dental savings plans for residents of Wisconsin start at $124.95. Prices vary depending on the plan you choose, but that one low annual fee entitles you to a year of big savings at the dentist and dental specialists. You’ll save on virtually all of your dental care, but these plans are especially beneficial if you need restorative dental care to fix or replace missing or damaged teeth. These procedures include:
Why? Because dental insurance is really designed to provide inexpensive preventive care to keep your teeth strong and healthy. But when your teeth aren’t healthy and you need affordable restorative care, you want a dental savings plan. The thing to remember is dental insurance usually won’t fix dental problems you have when you purchase insurance – and you’re limited in how soon you can get care, and how much coverage you get each year.
A good rule of thumb is that if a dentist tells you it’s going to take about $1000 (or more) to get your teeth healthy again, you want to be looking at your dental savings plans options. If your teeth are healthy and you want to save on preventive care and the occasional filling or other basic treatment, dental insurance could be the right choice for you. With dental insurance you can get your regular diagnostic and preventive services – like exams and cleanings twice per year, bitewing X-rays, and fluoride treatments to age 14 – for free.
Here’s something else you should know dental savings plans often offer discounts on treatments that aren’t often covered by dental insurance – like tooth whitening, overlays and other types of cosmetic dental care.
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