Personal Line Insurance
Taking proper care of your teeth and gums requires more than brushing and flossing every day. You also need to see a dentist at least twice a year for a thorough cleaning and check-up. It’s specially important for children to get in the habit of visiting the dentist regularly. Without dental insurance, the cost of these procedures can quickly add up. Also, when dental incidents arise and you need more treatment to your teeth and gums than simple preventative measures, you could be looking at a very high bill.
One of the more common dental procedures referred to as fillings, can run several hundred dollars or more depending on the pricing that a particular dentist charges. Likewise, procedures such as root canals and extractions can cost several hundred or even several thousands of dollars. If a dentist determines that these procedures are necessary for your oral health, putting it off because of lack of funds can be detrimental to your teeth and gums.
Dental insurance covers the costs of routine dental care along with accidental damage to your teeth. Dental insurance normally pays for general treatment such as dentures and crowns, root canal work, bridges, as well as emergency treatment.
Cosmetic work, implants and braces are usually excluded.
Dental insurance means discounts on dentistry costs,
selecting a dentist you trust, fast and easy approval
process and other benefits that are so helpful and
comforting when you are at the dentist's.