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VIDEO | Tired of Dealing With Dental Insurance?

Dental insurance is a great tool for millions of Americans. It provides access to affordable care, especially if you have a relatively healthy mouth. But dental insurance hasn’t changed much over the past few decades. They only provide about $1,000 in dental care a year, and you often have to battle with the insurance company over coverage.

At our Naples FL dental office and Fort Myers FL dental office, we have a dental savings plan that can save you thousands of dollars on your dental care. Unlike dental insurance, our dental savings plan has:

  • No annual limits
  • No yearly deductibles
  • No waiting times
  • No discrimination against pre-existing conditions

Our dental savings plan is especially great if you need extensive dental treatment. You can receive 30 percent off on procedures like:

Additionally, we can offer 20 percent discounts on services like cosmetic dentistry, dental implants and TMJ treatments.  You can get all of this for an annual cost $420, which amounts to about $37.50.

We’d love to have you in our office. Give us a call today at 239-734-7737 to schedule your appointment. Here is a message from one of our patients talking about her experience with our dental savings plan.

 

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