Dental Insurance

You may either request for us to shop all of our dental companies or you can look at the plans below: Remember we are always available and want to assist you.  Just roll over the logo for an immediate quote. Each Dental plan below has its own unique benefits. If you see a dentist every six months, then a good dental program makes sense for you and your family. Most plans are also available for individuals over the age of 65. 

 

Choose your own dentist or gain greater saving with the dental PPO Network

Dental Program has many features and Plans to help your obtain the best dental program for your budget.

Dental Program has many features and Plans it pays cash directly to you. It also offers an Accidental Medical and Cancer Plan.

 

Dental Insurance for Individuals or Voluntary Payroll Deduction at Work

 Affordable Dental Insurance for You and Your Family

 All Ages Under and Over 65

 Coverage includes:

 Preventive: Cleanings, exams, sealants, fluoride

 Diagnostic: Bitewing X-rays, full mouth X-rays Basic: Fillings, extractions,  repairs

 

 Major: Endodontic, Periodontics, Oral Surgery, Crowns, Bridges Orthodontia  Coverage

 We offer numerous Dental Programs to fix your needs and budget.

 Information to review
 New CDC Report Provides Updated Statistics on Population Prevalence of Periodontal Disease in U.S. Adults

This report, entitled “Prevalence of Periodontitis in Adults in the United States: 2009 and 2010,” concludes that 47.2% of U.S. adults have some form of periodontal disease. Previous population estimates of the disease may have underestimated its true population prevalence. 

Health Impact of Oral Health

Oral health is an essential part of staying healthy. Good oral health allows a person to speak, smile, smell, taste, touch, chew, swallow, and make facial expressions to show feelings and emotions. Poor oral health has serious consequences, including painful, disabling, and costly oral diseases. Millions of Americans are living with one or more oral diseases, including:

  • Dental caries (cavities) Periodontal (gum) disease Cleft lip and palate
  • Oral and facial pain
  • Oral and pharyngeal (mouth and throat) cancers
  • Gum disease, in particular, is associated with diabetes, heart disease, and stroke.
  • In pregnant women, gum disease is also associated with premature births and low birth weight/

It has proven, if you just go to the dentist twice per year for routine cleaning and exam, your overall health will improved.