We offer a variety of dental insurance plans, which are available for single or group coverage. Contact us for a FREE EVALUATION to match you with the plan that best suits your needs.

What is
Dental Insurance?

As the name suggests, dental insurance is insurance specifically related to covering the costly and burdensome expenses of dental care. Dental insurance is an important type of coverage to have, as everyone needs regular visits to the dentist for checkups and routine cleanings. Dental plans come in a variety of options, from basic coverage that takes care of the expenses of routine cleanings, x-rays, and fillings to more comprehensive plans that cover more in-depth dental care such as crowns, root canals, and more. When choosing a dental plan, it is also important to consider whether you want to have orthodontic care, dentures, and other more specific oral healthcare to be covered under your policy as well.  

Dental insurance can be purchased for either a single individual or an entire group. Whether you need coverage for yourself, your family, or if you’re an employer seeking coverage options for your staff, there are numerous dental insurance plans available to fit your specific needs. Our licensed, experienced professionals are here to help choose the plan that best suits your needs while also staying within your budget. 

Individual or Group

If you are only looking for coverage for yourself, there are a wide variety of potential policies to choose from when you’re in the market for dental insurance. There are plans that range from basic coverage to full coverage, depending on your needs. There are also policies available that can help offset the cost of oral healthcare that typical plans do not cover, such as orthodontic care, dentures, and even dental implants. When choosing a dental plan, consider your dental history and the likelihood that you will need extensive or complicated dental care in the future. If your teeth and mouth are relatively healthy, a more basic plan will likely cover all of your needs, whereas if you are prone to cavities, need corrective orthodontics, or are susceptible to other forms of dental problems, a more comprehensive plan would be a better recommendation. Choosing a dental plan that offers maximum coverage for preventative dental care such as routine cleanings, dental x-rays, and regular dental exams is also crucial for avoiding other, more costly dental procedures down the road.  

If you are looking for a group plan, some things to consider are the number of individuals you will need to provide coverage for, the range of coverage the people on your policy will need, and the cost associated with the plans. Often, covering multiple people under a single plan helps to reduce the overall cost per insured, taking some of the financial burden off the policyholder. If you are an employer, or if you need to provide coverage to multiple individuals in a single household, there are numerous plans and coverage options to choose from to ensure that everyone receives the coverage that is right for them. Speaking with one of our licensed professionals is crucial to understanding what your options are and getting a breakdown of the cost associated with each plan to maximize your coverage while staying within your budget.

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