Dental Insurance, Georgia Dental care for a family of five. Hello I have a family of five and I am looking for a good dental insurance plan. We want to make sure we get dental insurance and not a dental discount plan.
We had dental plans in the past but feel we really are not getting all that much from them. My wife also wants to be able to go to her dentist that does not take discounted dental plans. Can you please advise what you offer.
I am 67 and on a really fixed income. I do not have a lot of extra money but with that said I need to have some dental care. Right now I have no dental care other then extractions which I do not need to have teeth pulled. What can I do to help lower my dental care cost either by getting dental insurance or by going a low cost dentist. I am not good with being on line so I can really use some help.
First let me say I know I do not have gingivitis. I take really good care of my teeth by brushing twice a day, flossing daily and I use a oral mouthwash rinse every day after brushing my teeth.
However even though my gums are not swollen and they are a healthy pink color they still hurt when I brush and will get redder for a little time afterwords. Could I be having a problem with my toothbrush? Can a toothbrush irritate your gums?
I live in NY were there seems to be quite a few dental discount plans. I am wanted to get a dental savings plan since going to the dentist right now with nothing is costly and I can not afford the high cost of having a dental insurance plan right now.
I would like some tips on how to pick the best dental discount savings plan. They all look alot a like and I am not sure what is really key point to know I getting the better of the plans available.
My mom is 66 and needs to have some dental care that is not too costly. She does not have all her teeth and I would like for her to be fitted for dentures or partials. I am thinking she may need some more teeth pulled out too.
She is willing to get her teeth looked at but does not want to take to much help from me. So I told her I would get her a dental plan and that will help reduce her dental cost. Since I seeing that dental plans seem to be really affordable I will also help her pay for some of her dental cost at the dentist.
What I am wanting to make sure of is that dental plans do not have a problem with my mom currently having missing teeth do they? I hear that is a problem for most dental plans and was told by a dentist to confirm this.
My question is that I was just told that my three year old son has two big cavities in his back top molars. Our family dentist is advising that I go to a Pediatric dentist that can give him general anesthesia to have the fillings done. He is advising this due to my son age.
Otherwise he will do the filling under laughing gas but that it may be a harder way for my so to go since he has two fillings to be done and he may have some discomfort. Also my son may be moving around too much for them to be able to do both fillings in the same day and he would need to go though this twice with them.
I get it and it makes sense but I have two problems. First and for most I am afraid of general anesthesia because of the possible risks. I was always advise never to go under unless you had no choice. Second I have to admit that cost is a factor too.
Since my current insurance will cover the fillings to be done only by a family dentist and not a specialist like a pediatric dentist. If I do go to a pediatric dentist I will have no coverages and will have to pay it out of pocket. So I would like to hear some advise about my two worries.
Do not let another year go by without seeing a dentist. Many people do not see a dentist even once a year, let alone twice a year as advised by the ADA. (American Dental Association) In many cases it is because they say they do not get dental benefits offer though their job.
Where as many jobs are cutting back on dental benefits they may have offer due to the increasing cost of medical benefits. This does not mean you have to go without dental insurance. You can buy your own low cost dental insurance plan for you an or your family.
Some HMO insurance plans can run as low as $10.00 a month for an individual, and still offer free dental benefits for services like, office visits, X-rays and basic cleanings so why would you not want to buy one?
If you are still wanting a dental plan that is even more affordable you can review the many dental discount plans that can start as low as $6.00 a month. A dental discount plan would be affective as soon as the next business day from your on line order, and offer you instant dental discounted savings for all your dental needs.
Stop putting your oral health care on the back burner.
Did you know that bad teeth can cause you to have other health issues or cause you to have problems with your current health issues? Health issues like heart disease, strokes, diabeties, and kidney disease, and that’s only to names few health risks one can have just by having bad teeth and gums.
Starting looking into dental insurance and or dental plans and see for yourself just how affordable they can be. You are only one click away. Just click on the link to get your dental quotes and to review the plans that are available to you in your state. And please call our member service line at 310-534-3444 if you have any questions about any of the dental plans. They are more then happy to help you.
TO EVERYONE HAVE A HAPPY AND SAVE NEW YEAR !!
“All I want for Christmas are my two front teeth” may be a cute Christmas song about losing baby teeth. However, if you are an adult who’s had missing teeth or are currently dealing with missing teeth you know there is nothing cute about it.
When you do not have dental insurance finding dental care and a dental insurance plan willing to help you can be very difficult. That why at DentalOpinions.com we try and offer many different dental plan types that will hopefully help fit everyone dental needs in one way or another. One of those plan choices would be a Dental Discount plan.
For people who have missing teeth currently and can not find a dental insurance plan that will cover for a bridge or partial then try reviewing one of our many dental discount plan choices. On a dental discount plan you would get discounted savings for any type of dental service needed as long as you are going to a plan provider.
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May you have a wonderful Holiday and a Happy new year. Best wishes to all. =D
I am 71 and I have been noticing that my teeth seem to be getting darker along my gum line. It not like this happen over night but I may just be paying more attention to it. I notice in a photo take of me not too long ago that my teeth seem so dark so I think that way I am starting to see my teeth color. Is this do to age? I see a dentist once a year since that all I can really afford to see one. My dentist is costly and seems to go up in cost every year I see him. Guess I am looking for advise on why my teeth may be getting darker.
For as long as I can remember I have always had sensitive teeth to hot and cold items. I also seem to get cavities fairly easily and even though I brush three times a day and floss daily I will still get a small cavities at least one every other year. This does not seem bad but to me it get me upset. I wondering if my sensitive teeth have anything to do with why I get cavities.
New Jersey dental care and opinions wanted: Every morning my jaw is sore when I get up. It is stiff and will feel that way for about an hour each day. Lately I notice that when I chew or open my mouth to wide (like when I am yawing) I feel a popping or cracking in my jaw. I do not know if I just now noticing it or if this is something new. Either way if can not be too good right?
I would like to get a dental insurance plan that does not locks me into one dental office. If I do not like the dentist I am seeing or if I just want to get a second dental opinion I want to be able to do that and still have coverages under my plan. I do not mind staying with in a network of provider as long as there are more then one provider and that I am able to change whenever I want to not when the company tells me it is okay.
I am looking for a low cost choice for dental care for my mom. I think her teeth are okay but I have taken over some of her affairs for her since she forgets to pay her bills I have been doing it for her the past three months and notice she does not have a dental plan.
I asked her about it and she said she for to pay the bill on her dental insurance a long time ago but it was to much money for her to pay a month just to get dental cleanings for free. So in order for her to have something and which she will use do you have any low cost dental plans I can pick up for her?
My daughter dentist told me that my daughter has a large size cavity in a back molar. And that I should have her get a root canal and a cap put on this baby tooth. She is ten I one do not see the point and two can not under stand how she can go from not having any cavities in six months to a large cavity that needs to have a root canal done. I feeling odd about this call would like to hear some opinions. Thanks.
I have a six year old that does brush some what but not very good. I aways have to watch over her to make sure she is not just playing around in the bathroom. I think she should be old enough to start flossing her teeth now on her own. As it is I do that for her before she goes to bed each night. Is there any easy way to get your child to brush and floss on their own that makes it easy for them? Help tips would be nice
I really do not like to floss. I alway do it too hard or somthing because my gums are sore afterwords. So I know I do not floss as much as I should. Although I have good teeth my dentist always seems to know that I am not flossing once a day. I seen water picks that say they are better then flossing and it seems much easier to use. What are your thoughts.