Dental Savings Plan
Paying for dental care can get expensive quickly, especially with no dental insurance, explains our San Marcos Dentist. Paying dental insurance premiums to the insurance company can be costly as well. Monthly premiums are anywhere between $50 to $200 for $1000 to $2000 of annual insurance benefits. When you do the math the premiums paid are usually 60%-70% of the annual benefit amount. The only problem is with all the restrictions and exclusions the insurance company places on how this benefit amount can be utilized, patients often spend more in premiums with the insurance company compared to the benefits they get!
Dental Insurance Premiums – Where Do They Go?
Most of the premiums paid to the insurance company by patients line the pockets of their CEOs and pays for the red tape they generate. Doctors receive very little compensation for their services and are often forced to take substantial losses due to insurance limitations. All the while the patient pays more for less, routinely. This often leads to patients asking themselves why their insurance doesn’t cover their dental care and why they even have insurance. You can read more about this on our blog. That’s why we are offering dental savings plan to our clients.
No dental insurance? Take advantage of our in-house dental savings plan.
In-House Dental Saving Plan
We are now offering an in-house savings plan to patients with no dental insurance so they can get the quality dental care they need, without limitations or exclusions of the insurance company. The annual premiums are almost the same as what you would pay to have your teeth checked, cleaned and X-ray’d at our office without insurance. But, paying your premiums entitles you to a second check-up and cleaning at no extra cost. And you will also save 25% off of our regular dental services such as fillings, crowns, and more.
When you break this down it becomes obvious that you are getting better dental care with less cost and headaches.
To learn more contact our staff.