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It’s important to have a dental insurance plan if you want optimal dental health. Full coverage dental insurance helps you pay for treatments and procedures you may need to help prevent health issues including diabetes and heart disease. Having dental insurance also provides you with better quality of life beginning with your oral health.
Are you in search of a dental plan to fit your needs? Here’s how to find full coverage dental insurance.
Full coverage dental insurance helps to cover all the basics of your dental care needs.
Full coverage dental insurance doesn’t cover everything regarding dental care. Whether you go to an in-network dentist or not, there will be some costs that you’ll have to pay for out of pocket, depending on your provider and the dental plan you have.
Enroll through your employer
If you have an employer that offers full coverage dental insurance, you can enroll during open enrollment or a special enrollment period if you have a qualifying event.
Buy a dental plan
If your employer doesn’t offer insurance coverage or you aren’t currently a full-time employee, you also have the option to purchase full coverage dental insurance through a private insurance carrier. There are dental insurance options available through the Health Insurance Marketplace.
The cost of dental insurance varies depending on several factors:
Keep all of this in mind in addition to your budget to avoid overpaying for dental insurance. Decide what features are most beneficial to you so you can get the most out of your dental plan.
Do you typically only go to the dentist twice a year for your regular visits, or do you require major dental work in the future? Are you looking for dental insurance for your entire family? If so, you’ll want to select a full coverage dental insurance plan that includes benefits for each person in your family.
If you like your current dentist, you’ll want to find a dental insurance plan with a network that includes your provider. Otherwise, you may be paying more for your visits than you’d like to.
If you find a plan that you like with great benefits and features, but your dentist doesn’t take the insurance, you may want to consider trying a new, in-network dentist instead.
When selecting your dental insurance plan, make sure you understand exactly what your plan covers. As you read the fine print, you may find that some procedures are not covered at all, or you may have a waiting period to receive specific treatments. So be sure to budget accordingly for possible emergency costs and unexpected procedures.
Purchasing full coverage dental insurance will help you to afford routine dental care and avoid the high price of dental procedures. Determining which full coverage dental insurance plan is best for you is ultimately about your individual needs and budget. Weigh out your options and ask as many questions as you need to make the right choice.
For groups situsedin NC and for some groups situs in CA, FL, GA, IL, LA, MI, OH, PA, and TX prior to 6/1/22, Aflac dental and vision insurance coverage is underwritten by National Guardian Life Insurance Company (NGL).
National Guardian Life Insurance Company is not a member of the Aflac family of insurers. National Guardian Life Insurance Company is not affiliated with The Guardian Life Insurance Company of America a/k/a The Guardian or Guardian Life. Aflac dental and vision products may not be available in all states. National Guardian Life Insurance Company | Madison, WI.
For all states that have approved the Aflac dental insurance products, coverage will be underwritten by Aflac. In New York, coverage will be underwritten by Aflac New York.
Aflac WWHQ | 1932 Wynnton Road | Columbus, GA 31999.
Please see coverage documentation applicable to your situs state for further details.
Notice to Consumer: This is a limited benefit plan and provides dental benefits only. Aflac’s contracts of insurance, including Aflac’s network dental and vision plans, provide limited-scope and/or supplemental benefits only and do not constitute comprehensive health insurance coverage. Aflac’s contracts of insurance do not satisfy the
requirement of minimum essential coverage under the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act (ACA) and are not designed to meet any of the essential health benefit requirements mandated by the ACA or federal law,
including pediatric oral or vision care services. Aflac’s contracts of insurance are not an alternative to, or a
substitute for, comprehensive health insurance coverage and should only be used to supplement comprehensive health insurance coverage.
For Network Dental, applies to Policy Series QN81000. In Idaho, QN81100MID. In Oklahoma, policy form QN81100MOK. AGC220079 EXP 1/23
Notice: Information provided in this article is for information purposes only. Consult your financial advisor about your financial circumstances.
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