Dental and Vision

What most health plans don’t cover

  • Dental
  • Vision
  • Hearing Aids
  • Foreign Travel
  • Home Health Care

Advantages of Having Dental and Vision Coverage

Cost Savings: Dental and vision insurance can help offset the costs of routine and preventive care. By covering a portion of expenses like dental check-ups, cleanings, eye exams, and eyewear, insurance can make these essential services more affordable.

Preventive Care: Insurance plans often prioritize preventive care, encouraging policyholders to seek regular check-ups and screenings. This can lead to early detection of dental and eye issues, potentially preventing more significant problems and reducing long-term costs.

Access to Specialists: Dental and vision insurance can provide access to specialists in these fields. If you need orthodontic treatment, oral surgery, or specialized eye care, having insurance can make these services more accessible and cost-effective.

Coverage for Necessary Procedures: In addition to preventive care, dental insurance can cover necessary procedures like fillings, root canals, and extractions. Vision insurance can cover the cost of prescription eyeglasses, contact lenses, and treatments for eye conditions.

Financial Predictability: Having insurance allows you to budget for dental and vision expenses more easily. Instead of facing unexpected and potentially high out-of-pocket costs, you’ll have a clearer understanding of your financial responsibilities.

Improved Overall Health: Oral and eye health are closely linked to overall health. Dental problems, for example, can contribute to conditions like heart disease and diabetes. Regular dental and vision check-ups can help detect underlying health issues early, potentially leading to better overall well-being.

Preventing Vision Loss: Regular eye exams can detect conditions like glaucoma, cataracts, and macular degeneration, which can lead to vision loss if left untreated. Vision insurance encourages individuals to get these exams, reducing the risk of severe vision impairment.

Customization: Dental and vision insurance plans often offer a variety of coverage options, allowing you to tailor your policy to your specific needs. You can choose plans that focus on preventive care or ones that provide more extensive coverage for procedures and treatments.

Dependence on Employer Plans: Many insurance plans from employers often have limited or no coverage for dental and vision care.  Working with an experienced independent insurance agent can find the best plan to fill the gaps of your employer’s insurance plan. 

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