Miami Living Magazine | December 19, 2014
If previous years’ trends hold true, 65% of us will be pledging (once again) to improve our health and save money beginning January 1st. The key to success is to skip the grandiose, vague goals such as, “I’m going to get incredibly healthy this year!” in favor of making very specific resolutions such as “I’m going to visit the dentist regularly in 2015."
Health News Digest | November 17, 2014
If your dental coverage has been dumped, there are other options that can help you obtain the care you need.
DentistryIQ Editors | November 13, 2014
Seniors are going without essential dental coverage. The ACA marketplace does offer some dental insurance plans; however, traditional insurance doesn’t always meet seniors’ needs.
Health News Digest | November 12, 2014
A significant number of seniors are lacking adequate dental care and it continues to be a growing problem that will affect all Americans.
DailyFinance | November 12, 2014
If you're not already covered though your employer, dental insurance can be really expensive, costing an average of $400 annually for an individual plan and $1200 annually for a family plan. Luckily, there is another budget-friendly option available.
The Savvy Senior: Huffington Post | October 29, 2014
Finding affordable dental care can be challenging for seniors living on a tight budget. While there's no one solution to affordable dental car, there are a number of options that can help cut your costs. Here's where to look.
Healthline News | October 18, 2014
:DentalPlans' Bill Chase comments on the increasing popularity of dental savings plans, in a Healthline article detailing America's growing oral healthcare crisis.
Senior Voice America | October 15, 2014
:DentalPlans' VP of Marketing, Bill Chase, talks about Oral Health Month and how you can get affordable dental care in radio interview with Senior Voice America.
Reader's Digest | September 01, 2014
These tips will help you save money on everything from gas to groceries to healthcare. Dental savings plans are a great alternative to dental insurance. :DentalPlans offers plans that will help you save on you and your family’s dental care.
InsuranceNewsNet.com | June 11, 2014
While the ACA marketplaces are required to offer pediatric dental benefits, they may be separate from the health insurance plan and sold as stand-alone policies. Make sure your family is covered with a Dental Plan as an alternative to insurance.
Digital Journal | June 11, 2014
What is a healthy smile worth? A smile brings not only positive feelings, but could also attract a significant other, help land a job or promotion, build up self-confidence and maybe even bring good luck.
Health Care Communications News | May 09, 2014
There are a number of websites that trying to improve health care transparency and consumerism, but which ones are helping real patients? Find out who was voted the best!
South Florida Business Journal | May 05, 2014
DentalPlans has 20 job openings at its Plantation headquarters as the company looks to continue its growth as an industry leader.
LivingBetter50 | April 01, 2014
You don’t have to skip your next dental appointment because you don’t have dental insurance or can’t afford that $1,200 root canal. To help, here are 5 ways Boomers can save on dental care.
Health, Wealth, Education and Dating Blog | March 20, 2014
Even if you already have dental insurance, a dental savings plans may be used along with your dental insurance for even more savings on your dental care once your annual maximums have been met, Find out how!
NJ Spotlight | February 14, 2014
Sweeping changes in the nation's healthcare system under the Affordable Care Act are affecting how people are covered for dental care, according to the National Association of Dental Plans.
Employee Benefits News | February 14, 2014
The Affordable Care Act will do little to improve dental health across the nation as projections point to federal and health exchanges doing little to lower costs for Americans. However, dental savings plans can help to fill this void?
Dentistry IQ | February 10, 2014
According to the National Association of Dental Plans, 126.7 million Americans lack dental coverage nationwide—nearly three times the number of medically uninsured. Dental savings plans are an alternative to insurance and can help the uninsured.