‘Dedicated to the poor’: How to save your money on dental care
The average cost of a dental appointment in the US is $859, according to a recent survey from the Association of American Dental Plans.
That’s up from $664 in 2007, according the American Denture Association.
That figure is up from just under $1,000 in 2003, when the average annual bill was $2,842.
But you can save a lot of money by using dental insurance.
It’s the most popular form of dental insurance, accounting for about 85% of all health insurance claims and 95% of dental visits.
The Affordable Care Act, which became law in 2010, has made it easier for people to get dental coverage.
And there’s a wide variety of dental plans available.
If you don’t want to pay full price, there are also some cheaper options.
Here’s how to save money on your dental plan.
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