Medical And Dental Insurance

Written by Rachel Arieff
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Medical and dental insurance is becoming more and more costly. In fact, the escalating rates of medical and dental coverage are pricing out the average American family at an alarming rate. Estimates show that seven out of ten Americans lack any kind of coverage.

This creates a vicious cycle. Uninsured Americans who can't pay for their medical emergencies are one factor driving up the costs of medical care. Yet insurance is becoming pricey in itself. It can also be unreliable and seemingly arbitrary in what it does and does not cover.

The New Alternative in Medical and Dental Insurance

Too many Americans pay good money for medical and dental insurance policies that sometimes refuse to foot the bill for necessary procedures. Restrictive policies regarding pre-existing conditions and limits on office visits are frustrating to many insured people who need medical and dental care no matter what. Luckily, there is an alternative to traditional insurance companies.

The pay-for-services system of supplemental medical and dental insurance gives you access to a nationwide network of health care professionals who deliver care at highly reduced rates. In some instances, you can save 80% off procedures. These plans have no premiums or deductibles, and they include prescription drug benefits, vision plans, and chiropractic care at no extra charge.


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