Here are some of the ways you can get dental coverage in Florida:
According to HealthInsurance.org, the premiums range from $18 to $97 per month for adults purchasing their own or family stand-alone dental coverage through HealthCare.gov. If you're purchasing dental coverage via the state's health insurance exchange, the premiums associated with pediatric dental coverage might not be covered by premium tax credits.
Before purchasing dental insurance, it's important to compare carriers and coverage levels to help you keep costs to a minimum. Additionally, you should check if your preferred dentist is included within the carrier's network to help minimize out-of-pocket expenses.
Dental insurance isn't the only option for saving money on dental care in Florida. Consider getting a dental savings plan, which allows plan members to save 10-60% on preventive and restorative treatments, cosmetic treatments such as teeth whitening, and more.
Dental savings plans activate right away, even for major procedures, and do not have health restrictions, so you can schedule your appointments immediately. Unlike dental insurance, which can have expensive monthly premiums and annual maximum coverage caps, dental savings plans cost a low annual fee and provide plan members with access to discounts on most procedures without an annual limit.
Plus, you can always switch your Florida dental savings plan at a moment's notice. We have a hassle-free 30-day refund policy, so if you decide your plan isn't right for you, you can change it without any penalties.
The plans on our site are from leading providers such as Solstice, Aetna, and Careington, and are accepted at over 140,000 dentists nationwide. Your Florida dentist is likely already part of our growing network, so making the switch to a dental savings plan can be quick and easy.
Florida dental plans offer deep discounts on an array of treatments at over 100,000 participating dentists. These alternatives to Florida dental insurance are an ideal option for budget-minded families.
Just follow these simple steps to find a dentist who accepts dental plans in your area:
Most plans are ready to use in about three business days. If you experience any problems, please call us. We'd be happy to assist you.
Yes. The differences are significant. Dental savings plans have no health restrictions, so you don't have to wait for comprehensive treatment plans. Unlike dental insurance that has expensive monthly premiums, dental savings plans have a low annual fee that provides access to discounts on most procedures at participating dentists.
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Our :DP AtYourService® team would be happy to help you choose the dental plan that offers the greatest savings for your specific needs.