Benzinga | October 26, 2020
The economic impact of COVID-19 has left 6.2 million Americans, not counting their dependents, without health coverage, according to an estimate by The Economic Policy Institute. Roughly 90% of Americans with dental insurance are a member of a group plan, according to the National Association of Dental Plans, so it is likely that many people also lost their dental coverage.
HealthLinks Magazine | September 01, 2020
Why enrolling in a dental savings plan has benefits that go beyond regular dental check-ups and cleanings.
Investopedia | August 31, 2020
Dental savings plans do! They are not insurance, rather they have negotiated discounts and fixed prices for specific dental procedures at a number of dental professionals in the area.
Dr. Bicuspid | July 23, 2020
A key finding for dentists is that cost of care, despite the pandemic's financial impact, was not cited as a factor that would prevent these plan members from getting dental care right now.
U.S. News & World Report | July 16, 2020
There is no time like the present to start improving your finances.
Small Biz Daily | July 16, 2020
Small businesses have been hit hard by the pandemic and may be facing tough decisions on how, and if, they can afford to provide health benefits, including dental and vision, to their employees right now. Here are alternatives to consider.
Investopedia | July 10, 2020
Some dental insurance companies offer plans with no waiting periods so that you can get coverage for preventive, basic, and major services—and sometimes even orthodontics—without having to wait a single day.
Inside Dentistry | June 30, 2020
Nearly 90% of respondents to a new survey by DentalPlans.com, a leading online marketplace for dental savings plans, said they will go to the dentist despite the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic, as long as safety precautions are in place.
Hoboken Girl | June 18, 2020
After surveying its network of more than 100,000 dentists nationwide, DentalPlans.com started a Dentist Directory of all the dentist offices that are open and accepting new patients during the coronavirus pandemic.
Dr. Bicuspid | June 18, 2020
Dentistry has changed a great deal in the past few months, and so have the employment statuses of many of your patients. Here's what dentists should know about the benefits of a dental savings plans for their patients.
South Florida Business Journal | June 08, 2020
This Plantation-based nationwide dental and health savings marketplace offers programs that meet the physical, mental, emotional, financial, social and spiritual needs of its employees.
Business News Daily | May 26, 2020
DentalPlans.com discusses how businesses should make the most of their resources and ensure workers are doing tasks that help the company's end goals.
South Florida Business Journal | May 26, 2020
These companies know that healthy employees lead to a healthy bottom line. Here's a ranking for the healthiest employers in South Florida among small, medium, large and nonprofit companies.
Houston Family Magazine | May 11, 2020
Quickly handle a dental emergency thanks to a free Dentist Directory by DentalPlans.com.
FUNTastic Life | April 30, 2020
Given all that is going on in the world right now, being provided with a :DP HealthNow membership for my family and I has been a major relief. I am happy to be partnering with them!
Go To Travel Gal | April 08, 2020
Telehealth plan, :DP HealthNow, which is powered by DentalPlans.com, is available for purchase in the Southwest Rapid Rewards Shopping Portal. The plan gives you 24/7 access to free, unlimited virtual doctor’s visits, as well as a variety of other benefits.
Yahoo! Life | March 09, 2020
If you don’t have dental insurance or your health insurance doesn’t cover dental care, you might want to consider a dental savings plan for your and your family’s pearly whites.
Dentistry Today | March 05, 2020
March is National Nutrition Month, which DentalPlans.com calls an excellent time for seniors to evaluate their food choices and dental health.
Black Enterprise | February 15, 2020
Medicare was designed to be a health insurance program and originally didn’t provide any dental coverage at all. Here are the changes that provide coverage on a few services.
Clark.com | January 21, 2020
If you’re concerned about buying dental insurance and worried about the price, you’re not alone. But rest assured, you can shop around for alternatives. Here's how.