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Compare traditional dental insurance to the dental savings plan by Smile Advantage. According to the ADA Health Policy Institute up to 70% of Adults paid more for insurance than they received in dental benefits. Find a better alternative to dental insurance!
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|Smile Advantage Plan||$349||$299||$649|
|Cash Paying Patient||$803||$591||$1,294|
|Dental PPO Plans (sample)||$420||$420||$720|
Services may differ slightly from one participating office to another. Please consult the nearest dental provider to confirm plan details.
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The Smile Advantage Plan
Up to two exams per year, routine cleanings and necessary x-rays
One emergency care visit per year including necessary x-rays
You’ll receive discounted services at participating specialists
Receive a significant discount on all other dental treatment
Membership-based dental savings plans provides the quality care you deserve at a price you can afford. Members pay an annual fee to receive regular exams, cleanings and X-rays along with access to significantly reduced rates on all other restorative and cosmetic dental procedures performed in our office. Plus, the plan offers many benefits including no annual caps, no limits and no waiting periods. Even employers save with this great alternative to dental insurance!
Follow what's new with the Smile Advantage Plan, the trusted alternative to dental insurance.
You can now become a Smile Advantage Dental Savings Plan Member in 11 different states, including newly added Connecticut, and Georgia! Search for the nearest dental savings plan provider or browse for member offices and specialists.
Smile Advantage Dental Savings Plan sponsored the Race for Smiles 5K, hosted by Greater St.Louis Dental Society, on August 6, 2016. With over 150 in attendance and over $1,100 of items to be raffled off, Smile Advantage was the biggest sponsor of the event. With donations from 3M, Patterson Dental, Revenue Well, and MouthWatch® over 100 entries
According to a recent Associated Press (AP) story, there is not sufficient evidence to prove that daily flossing prevents the development of cavities, severe periodontal disease or plaque buildup. The media is grasping for sensational headlines like “Guilty No More: Flossing Doesn’t Work” and “No Dental Floss? No Problem” deeming the flossing myth busted.