Medicare Advantage Plans to Cut Dental Coverage in 2014! What to Do?

Do you rely on a Medicare Advantage plan for individual dental insurance and visual insurance? If you do, your coverage may end later this year due to Affordable Health Care Act budget cuts. What should you do?

Finding affordable dental care can be challenging—but you have options. If you need a new dentist, it’s good to know that most dentists are doing everything they can to make their services more affordable. Today, most dentists offer or accept savings plans, and many provide new-patient specials that give you free first visits and treatment discounts. In-house or third-party financing -- with reasonable payment plans – are often available. If you’d prefer individual dental insurance to fill your coverage gap, you’ll find the plan and the coverage you need at Spirit Dental.

Look to Spirit Dental for Affordable, Same-Day Coverage

With Spirit Dental, you’ll find a flexible, affordable plan that fits your needs and your budget. Click us for 30 second online quote today and compare our rates and our benefits with other plans. You’ll see why Spirit Dental offers the best dental insurance plans in America. With a Spirit Dental plan:

  • Choose Your Own Dentist
  • No Waiting Periods
  • Guaranteed Acceptance
  • Implants and Major Services Covered
  • Three Cleanings Per Year
  • Choose From $1,200, $2,500, or $3,500 Maximums

More questions? A Spirit Dental has the answers you need:

  • Are there any waiting periods?

Never. At Spirit Dental, when you sign up, you’re in. The power of no waiting can be yours!

  • My dentist has never heard of Spirit Dental. Do they have the resources I need?

Spirit Dental is backed by the top insurance carriers in the industry -- Security Life and Spirit PPO. Don’t worry. When you need us, we’ll be there for you.

  • What is an annual maximum?

With most dental insurance, coverage for your dental care ends when you reach the annual maximum payment – usually about $1,500. Spirit Dental offers a range of plans to suit your needs, including plans with an annual maximum of $3,500.

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