Saturday, November 14, 2009

Dental insurance tips?

I am self-employed and work from home and have had a problem finding a good way to get dental insurance, especially with anyone willing to cover any pre-existing conditions. Does anyone know of a solution to this problem that is also affordable??

Also, is it true that Dental schools will work on you for free if you are willing to let students use you to practice on? (If so, is there a website where I could find a good local school to contact about this?) I need a bridge made bad, and I know it will be incredibly expensive if I have to save up all the money myself.

Any tips or advice would be greatly appreciated!!

Dental insurance tips?
AmeriPlan has a cheap month-to-month plan that covers all pre-existing conditions except orthodontic treatment in progress. You can check for providers in your area and also find the associated discount/fee schedule. Their website is
Reply:l know in my area dental schools will do dental work but l don't think it's totally free. Perhaps your dentist can steer you to a good plan or a place you can get treatment, mine's thru work so l don't know. If you know the name of a college in your area that has a dental program, google them or call them for info. good luck,
Reply:Not very many plans will cover pre-existing conditions, in that you are correct. But dental schools do not work for free, you will still have to fork out some money for the bridge.

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