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The Power Of No Waiting

The Coverage You Need Without The Wait

If you’re in the market for dental insurance, you want coverage now, not in six months or next year.  You expect your plan to cover your dental services when you need them – not in the future.

With Spirit Dental, all plans provide protection* as soon as the plan becomes active. Other dental insurance providers impose an initial waiting period on plan coverage. The details may be buried in the fine print, but the impact on your coverage is clear.  A waiting period may leave you without certain assurances when you need it most.  When this happens, you’re forced to pay out of pocket 100% of your dental service costs, along with the insurance premium you’ve already paid.

Spirit Dental Offers Support When You Need It Most

With Spirit Dental, we keep things simple, with no surprises. Once you’re enrolled in a plan, you’re covered. No waiting for that trip to the dentist.**


I believe Spirit Dental offers the best Dental policy on the market today, and it is a perfect fit with all types of insurance coverage.

-Lisa - Tulsa, OK

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*Each plan’s coverage varies. **There are no waiting periods for Preventive, Basic or Major services on the Spirit Dental plans. However, if you select a plan with Orthodontia services you may find, depending upon your state of residence, a waiting period on this service.

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