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Saving Money on Dental Insurance?

April 14, 2006

Dental Insurance FormThe company I work for doesn't have dental coverage. Does anyone know of a good source for dental insurance? We have eye converage but no dental insurance. I may qualify as low income.

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Janet in Golden, CO

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By Pamela (Guest Post)
April 18, 20060 found this helpful
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Check with your bank, car/house insurance company or even Sams Club. All have medical/dental/life insurances available for reasonable prices.

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April 15, 20060 found this helpful

Try First Commonwealth Insurance. They have a 2 plans that you are able to purchase and both are pretty reasonable.

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By karen (Guest Post)
April 21, 20060 found this helpful

Smile Savers is pretty inexpensive. Costco offers members some discounted plan for vision, dental, medical and even up to $500 deductible...its $19 a month. Good luck.(

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By (Guest Post)
January 12, 20080 found this helpful

Hi Janet, http://DiscountDentalPlus.info will give you a very good price! And it's available for your whole household for just $19.95 a month! There are 6 of us on it! AND, they also threw in vision, chiropractic, and prescriptions!

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How cool is that? I found them when i had a BAD toothache and needed a root canal. I signed up right online and had the plan that day! Saved a bundle! Hope this helps! Erika

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April 20, 20120 found this helpful

Forget those cheap dental plans instead check out the dental schools in your area - some are at the major university's and offer big savings.. I received $700 worth of dental care & xrays for $45.00. If it's root canal work you need they will point you to the right place with the right price.

I find that the dental insurance plans may reduce the initial price but the dentist will make you come back a lot more times in order to make up that money.

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As for me- time is money I'd rather talk paying cash to the DDS because he will truly discount the price if an "insurance company" isn't in the picture.

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