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dental

[′dent·əl]
(anatomy)
Pertaining to the teeth.
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The cost of dental care can be a significant barrier to access for low-income adults; low income is associated with less dental service utilization among adults (Vujicic and Nasseh 2014) and, therefore, dental insurance may be particularly important for low-income persons.
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Those individuals may be eligible for separate dental insurance coverage offered by the carriers.
Colby said he later learned at a dental convention that insurance administrative costs account for 40 to 50 percent of the cost of individual dental insurance.
Head of Tesco Dental Insurance, Jonathan Daniels, commented: "Far from being a nation of 'dentophobes', the research actually suggests we are prepared to go the extra mile, or even ten, in order to receive affordable dental care.
Many voluntary insurance providers are meeting the demand to provide clients with more dental insurance plan options that satisfy their need to offer robust benefits packages, without the robust price.
The second tier Tesco Dental Insurance Premium Cover, from pounds 16.
These proposed increases follow the supervisors' vote last week to increase health and dental insurance premiums for union-represented employees by 4 percent to 13 percent, with an average 8 percent increase.
In addition to dental insurance, the company provides 100 percent of employee health insurance, 75 percent of dependent health, a prescription drug plan and vision insurance.
Under the provision set by the Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act of 1996 (HIPAA), all dental offices and insurance carriers must use the current version of dental procedure codes found in this Dental Insurance Coding Handbook-2005 Updated for CDT-2005.
Online auction site eBay has revealed plans to offer health and dental insurance to its high-volume sellers.
HIGHLAND VILLAGE, Texas -- Delta Dental Insurance Company announced today the promotion of Melissa Fullerton to vice president of sales for its western region.