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2011 In The News

South Florida Sun Sentinel | December 13, 2011 hosted a "Tweetathon" through Twitter to raise money for Operation Smile. Notable retweets for the social media fundraiser included actor Sharif Atkins from "White Collar" and Kim Richards from "The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills."

FOX Business | December 9, 2011

Discount dental plans offer seniors and families savings on dental procedures, and can be used as a supplement to other dental plans or as a standalone. has more than 40 different plans to choose from.

Florida Trend Magazine | August 2011

According to President Jennifer Stoll, "A big focus of ours is creating an environment where people can be successful. And really trying to be in tune with what motivates our people."

Money Talks News | July 29, 2011

Dental coverage is usually separate from health insurance, and your employer may not offer it. Here's a few ideas to lower the cost of care, including discount dental plans at sites like

Chicago Tribune | July 26, 2011

Struggling to meet your rising health care needs? Here are some websites that can help. | July 21, 2011

Explore your coverage options, get help with insurance claims and save money on dental care procedures and medication with these online resources.

Hi-Desert Star | July 6, 2011

For some reason, people have a serious disconnect when it comes to their mouths, but ignoring your teeth can really cost you. Visit and type in your ZIP code to find out what plans are available, how much they cost and what dentists in your area participate.

Money Talks News | July 4, 2011

Kids fear braces because their peers are judgmental. Parents fear braces because they’re expensive. If you have a lousy policy or none at all, check out

Live Miami - WTVJ-TV | June 22, 2011 
Miami, FL (video)

President Jennifer Stoll visits the NBC Miami studios to let viewers know how they can join in making a big donation to Operation Smile and help save the smiles of children born with cleft lip and/or cleft palate.

AARP The Magazine | April 2011

The care and feeding of the average 15-year-old runs $13,530 per year. But you can attack the high cost of adolescence with a few key strategies. For braces, if you don't have dental insurance, search for a plan at

UK Money Market | March 31, 2011 has launched in partnership with Munroe Sutton. Munroe Sutton operates one of the largest independently owned dental care and optical networks in the UK. | March 18, 2011

If you are not part of a group dental plan through an employer, and you have looked into individual or family dental insurance, the high priced premiums might make you question whether having insurance makes sense at all. Guess what? It might not.

South Florida Business Journal | February 25, 2011

From the workplace to the team to the family environment, has won accolades from employees for its culture, camaraderie and benefits.

Dental Heroes Blog | February 22, 2011

With nearly half of all Americans without any dental benefits, dentists offer discount dental plans as an affordable alternative to insurance to help patients keep up with appointments.

New York Times | January 21, 2011

Braces. Few words strike more fear into a parent’s heart. If you don’t have dental insurance, try searching for a policy at that covers orthodontics. For an annual fee of $100 to $200, you’ll receive discounts at participating orthodontists. | January 12, 2011

Unlike dental insurance, which may not cover preexisting conditions, you can shop for a discount dental plan knowing you need a root canal and select the plan that offers the cheapest price, says Buddy Johnson, chief executive officer of national discount dental provider "You could sign up today and go to the dentist tomorrow," he says. | January 5, 2011

Jenn Stoll, vice president of marketing for, says membership fees start at $79.95 a year, with discounts of 10 percent to 60 percent on services. Stoll says one advantage of a dental discount plan is there’s no annual cap on benefits and no waiting period.

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