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Lack of dental coverage

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Posted by: MrKen99  (8 years ago)
I was looking at some of the posts here and I find them very interesting. I can only imagine some of the costs involved for some of these dental procedures. I don't have dental coverage through my employer and I have one daughter with braces and another one who may need them also. Yikes! I thought it would be wise to provide a resource here for people who may be in the same situation as I. I hope you find the information at this link useful. cheapdentalinsurancereviews.com
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I was looking at some of the posts here and I find them very interesting. I can only imagine some of the costs involved for some of these dental procedures. I don't have dental coverage through my employer and I have one daughter with braces and another one who may need them also. Yikes! I thought it would be wise to provide a resource here for people who may be in the same situation as I. I hope you find the information at this link useful. cheapdentalinsurancereviews.com

There is no way to "insure" for known events such as the need for braces. Buying individual dental coverage is a waste of money.
Posted 8 years ago
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Posted by: RichardRonnie  (8 years ago)
Hi! There are multiple types of dental insurance companies available in the market. Just a quick note to let you know that I truly appreciated this post.
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I was looking at some of the posts here and I find them very interesting. I can only imagine some of the costs involved for some of these dental procedures. I don't have dental coverage through my employer and I have one daughter with braces and another one who may need them also. Yikes! I thought it would be wise to provide a resource here for people who may be in the same situation as I. I hope you find the information at this link useful. cheapdentalinsurancereviews.com

It is not practical to buy individual dental coverage. You insure for UNPREDICTABLE, CATASTROPHIC expenses, not reqular occurring non-catastrophic ones like having your teeth cleaned. There is no way you can put X dollars into an "insurance" plan every year, and get more than X dollars of benefits. In contrast, due to claims administration expenses, you get 35% less in benefits on average than what you pay in.

The types of policies described on this website are a waste of money.
Posted 8 years ago
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