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Old 02-01-2014, 06:40 AM
 
Location: Where the sun likes to shine!!
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I know this isn't really the right place for this but since some of you are interested from my QOD link I thought I should post it here.

Let me give you some details...and no I do not work for any of them, lol.


First there are different plans all over the country. When you click on the link and add your zip code it will give a list of dentists and the plans with the discounted prices that you will pay. This could vary depending on dentists and areas. You do need to check with your dentist first to make sure. Florida is pretty accurate. I had one dentist in TN who did not follow the pricing guide

When you choose a plan you should go with a "set" pricing one. This way you know what you will be paying up front.

Your best bet is to call the 1-800 phone # and speak with a representative. Ask her/him which is the best plan for your area. They were "very" helpful when I changed plans last year.


Here is the link again....usually there is a spot on the page where you can get a few months for free for being new:
Dental Plans | Affordable Dental Insurance Alternatives | 30+ Top Plans


Also there is no pre existing clause and hardly any wait time. Last year I went to my dentist first, found out what I needed done, and then called dentalplans.com and asked which would work best for the work that I needed.


I hope that helps. If you have any questions DM me and I will try to help you out
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Old 02-01-2014, 07:30 AM
 
Location: Looking over your shoulder
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I'll be checking into this. It appears to be just what I need in a few months when I need to change insurance carriers.
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