The Coopers realized that better control of their finances could ensure a better future for their children.
Whether you’re in need of routine cleanings, braces or a filling, a solid dental plan makes it easier for you to protect your smile and your budget.1
Routine visits to the dentist help prevent costly dental bills later on, as well as problems linked to medical conditions like diabetes or heart disease2
If you have a choice of plans, consider your oral health needs and ability to pay for unexpected major services like a crown
If you have children, consider more comprehensive coverage for less out-of-pocket costs, as well as an option for braces
Dental problems can be unpredictable and expensive. For example, did you know that a crown can cost up to $1,451? 3