Dental Insurance

Explore our affordable Dental insurance plans designed to meet both your oral health needs and the demands of your wallet.

  • Quality coverage for preventive, basic and major dental services
  • Short, simple and secure online applications
  • Best prices available

Advantages

It is important that you do seek dental coverage of some kind to ensure the health of your teeth and gums. Unfortunately, if you have to pay the full cost of dental care, you may find it difficult to pay your dentist bills. Perhaps even more seriously, without dental insurance coverage, you may be tempted to skip regular cleanings and checkups, a decision that could lead to serious dental health problems.

How Dental Insurance Works

Dental insurance works similar to how health insurance works. For a specific monthly rate or “premium”, you are entitled to certain dental benefits, usually including x-rays, cleanings, regular checkups, and certain services that promote general dental health. Some plans provide broader coverage than others and some require a greater financial contribution on your part at the time when services are rendered. There are some plans that may also provide coverage for dental implants, certain types of oral surgery, or orthodontia.

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The open enrollment period for health insurance is currently closed (the next open enrollment period will be in the fall of 2014), but you may enroll in a Covered California health insurance plan now if you experience a qualifying life event.

Common types of qualifying life events for special enrollment:

  • • You get married or enter into a domestic partnership.
  • • You have or adopt a child, receive a child into foster care, or you place a child in adoption or in a foster home.
  • • You change where you permanently live (in-state, out-of-state, released from prison), gaining more options for Covered California health insurance plans.
  • • You lose your health coverage - no longer eligible for Medi-Cal or you lose health coverage through your job.
  • • Your income changes so much that you become newly eligible or ineligible for help paying for your insurance.
  • • You become a citizen, national or lawfully present individual.
  • • Your enrollment was wrong, due to the misconduct or misrepresentation of your health insurance company, Covered California or a non-Covered California entity (such as a Certified Enrollment Counselor).
  • • You applied for health coverage before March 31 and were denied for Medi-Cal after March 31.
  • • You are a member of a federally recognized American Indian or Alaska Native tribe.
  • • Covered California can also determine, on a case-by-case basis, that you experienced an exceptional circumstance, which could allow for a special enrollment period.
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