Insurance coverage for dentures and partials

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Updated: 4/11/2007 2:46 pm
Insurance coverage for dentures and partials varies in regard to the different types of policies available. The average policy, however, will not cover pre-existing conditions, but will cover at least fifty percent of the cost of most dental procedures. Other policies will cover much more of the total cost based on what's considered usual and customary fee for the service provided. Some policies will pay only a pre-determined fixed amount or a percentage of the cost. For many people buying dental insurance is only cost-effective if they expect to spend a great deal of money on dental care in the near future. If you are interested in dental insurance, be sure to thoroughly discuss the different policies with your agent in order to make sure you get the coverage that best meets your needs. Determine who make the dentist choice for you and your family, as some plans may have preferred service providers for dental care and offer greater coverage if they're used. For further information about insurance coverage for dentures and partials, consult a dentist or insurance agent in your area.
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