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dental

[′dent·əl]
(anatomy)
Pertaining to the teeth.
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These ads will surely be useful for them to avail the dental insurance plans with some offers.
Many patients use dental insurance as their crutch.
Employees consistently rank dental insurance as an important employee benefit they want from their employer," said Theresa McConeghey, assistant vice president of dental insurance for The Principal([R]).
With more than 40 years experience, United Concordia is the nation's sixth largest dental insurance carrier.
Dental insurance is one of the first benefits to be discontinued by employers as it is misconceived as a luxury benefit.
There is increasing evidence that poor dental health is associated with several serious and chronic medical conditions, so the opportunity to provide more coverage for preventive dental care in the plan benefit design should boost the overall value of the AARP Dental Insurance program, which has proven effective and affordable for many members," said Lowell Daun, DDS, a senior vice president with Delta Dental.
Delta Dental Insurance Company, along with its affiliates, is part of a holding company system that operates in 16 states plus the District of Columbia.
PMI's role as national administrator of the DeltaCare USA program shifts to Delta Dental of California, whose subsidiary Delta Dental Insurance Company will serve as a third-party administrator for its marketing affiliates and other Delta Dental member companies in the District of Columbia plus 17 additional states: Alabama, Arizona, Colorado, Connecticut, Florida, Georgia, Maryland, Nevada, New Mexico, New York, Pennsylvania, Rhode Island, Tennessee, Texas, Utah, Washington and West Virginia.
We began Sharing Smiles Day in 2015 as a way to bridge the access gap for children without dental insurance coverage," says Dr.
seniors have dental insurance, researchers reported in the December issue of Health Affairs.
Invitation to Negotiate: Health and dental insurance for district employees and dependents
Our goal in this paper was to investigate spillover effects in private dental insurance coverage as a result of the ACA policy allowing young adults to remain on parental policies.