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Dental Health

Written by Jill Morrison
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Maintaining dental health requires daily effort. You must brush and floss your teeth daily, and preferably twice per day. You must also get frequent check-ups and cleanings from a dentist.

The Cost of Dental Health

Dental Health costs can add up if you do not have a health plan. A health plan will drastically reduce the consumer rate for dental check-ups and procedures. Of course, you must be willing to pay the insurance fees in order to receive these low prices for dental work.

Some health plans offer special trial rates for their insurance. The trial rate will typically last for a 30-day period. If you decide not to accept the membership during the trial period, you must contact the insurance company, or you may be automatically enrolled.

There are many types of procedures that may contribute to dental health. Procedures that may be covered in a health plan include x-rays, fillings, cleanings, restorations, periodonics, orthodonics, oral surgery, and some cosmetic surgery. Some health plans offer up to 50% off on these procedures.

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