I don’t have dental insurance. Can I still get affordable care?
September 1, 2020
September 1, 2020
According to the National Association of Dental Plans, approximately 71.6 million Americans did not have dental insurance benefits at the end of 2017. Given that cost is often found to be a driving factor for patients when it comes to dental care, it’s no wonder that those with insurance are more likely to maintain regular oral health visits. Considering the importance of your oral health on overall well-being, it’s also not surprising that those without dental insurance report higher incidences of other health problems, such as heart disease, osteoporosis and diabetes. Thankfully, there is a way for those without dental insurance to access quality dental care that is both affordable and hassle free.
We’re pleased to introduce the Smiles360 Dental Savings Club, our new discount plan that serves as a great alternative to dental insurance. A membership includes routine services at no additional cost. This includes cleanings, exams and fluoride treatments, as well as any necessary x-rays and one emergency visit each year. In addition, generous discounts are available for a variety of treatments, with 50% off periodontal services and 25% off all other treatments, such as fillings, crowns and extractions. Members even get 10% off comprehensive orthodontic treatment. Benefits are available as soon as you sign up, with no hidden fees or complicated paperwork.
Smiles360 memberships are available as single, dual and family plans. Annual membership fees start at $269 for individuals, $479 for a dual, and $825 for a family of four. Additional members can be added to it for an additional $125.
Learn more about the Smiles360 Dental Savings Plan, and sign up for a membership, by visiting www.smiles360dental.com. You can also join in person by dropping by one of our offices — we’d love to see you! If you have questions, email us at Smiles360@mdpweb.net or call 888-380-0399.
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