Dental Insurance, either provided by your employer or a policy that you buy directly from a dental insurance company, is meant to help cover some of the costs associated with your dental care. Routine dental care, including regular checkups and preventive services, such as cleaning, is relatively inexpensive, however, restorative dental procedures such as dental implants and crowns can be quite expensive.
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• Implant coverage
• Optional vision coverage1
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Vision Insurance is a type of health insurance that entitles you to specific eye care benefits defined in the policy.
Vision insurance policies typically cover routine eye exams and other procedures, and provide specified dollar amounts or discounts for the purchase of eyeglasses and contact lenses.
Potentially high costs of routine eye examinations and prescription eyewear can be of real concern, especially for large families. You might be able to defray at least some of these costs by looking into acquiring vision insurance for yourself or better understanding the plan your company already provides.
Vision insurance only supplements regular health insurance. Regular health insurance plans protect you against financial loss due to unexpected eye injury or disease.
Vision insurance, on the other hand, is a wellness benefit designed to reduce your costs for routine, preventive eye care such as eye exams, eyewear and other services.
Dental and Vision Care Insurance can be purchased individually or provided as a group benefit. If you're in the Charlotte, Mint Hill, Matthews, NC or surrounding areas, contact Kantor and Associates to determine the best coverage or get an instant quote by clicking on the buttons shown