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Topic Title: What to do without dental insurance?
Created On: 02/24/2010 01:47 PM
 
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varana

<p>If you have no dental insurance, finding the lowest price for needed treatment will be essential. But having dental insurance is not a good choice for emergency situations.</p>
 09/09/2014 11:52 PM

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varana

<p>I think she can apply for a private insurance of dental health she just have to search if it's available in her home town.</p>
 12/23/2013 01:53 AM

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harry_lloyd

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Originally posted by: Jennifernew</p>
<p>I don't have any idea regarding how this dental insurance will be helpful for our dental health. Can you brief out some more details about it?</p>
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<p>It is something related to leasing plan and dentists become more concerned with your dental health because you are insured and any case of bad treatment from them, you can ask to pay your payment back and also free dental treatment. You are in safe hands if you go for dental insurance because it is a plan to get your trust on dentist. I know many [url=http://www.gurzdental.com]dentists in in Diamond Bar[/url] who are offering these services and if you want then I can set an appointment for you with them.</p>
 10/06/2013 07:06 AM

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harry_lloyd

A dental surgeon or specialist may tell you much better than any other person because they are professionals and know much more deeply about it. Dental insurance is al old issue and many discussions have been done on it. If you want then "deltadentist.com" and "gurzdental.com" can be informative search for you.
 07/07/2011 08:40 PM

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Chaucey

I think a lot of people have experienced the same problem as your friend. If you don't have [url=http://www.goldenrule.com/health/dental.shtml]dental insurance[/url], it can sometimes be difficult to get the care that you need. If I were your friend, I would begin by looking for dental schools in the area. Many times, colleges and universities will offer low cost dental care to people. The only drawback is that students will be doing the work. However, they do have experience and are supervised as they are working. I know many people that have gone this route. They were very pleased with the work and paid very little for it. [br][br]Another option would be to search on the internet for low cost or free dentists. There are many different sites that allow you to search in your state or city for a dentist that can help you. I hope this helps![br]
 02/24/2010 01:47 PM

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RunnersHigh

[p]So a friend of mine has been without dental insurance for over a year now since her employer had to cut back aka cancelled her dental insurance. Whenever she sees the dentist now (usually twice a year), she has to pay for everything out-of-pocket (cleaning, exam, maybe even x-rays, drilling & filling if necessary). [/p][p]I was wondering if anybody could recommend an alternative to paying out-of-pocket? And no, not going to see the dentist is not one. She wants regular check-ups, which will be healthier and cheaper in the long run.[/p][p]How about private insurance or negotiating prices with the dentist???[/p][p][img=500x332]http://farm4.static.flickr.com/3496/3948318155_bd9b13bee1.jpg[/img][/p]

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