Coverage you can smile about
Dental health is critical for protecting your overall health. Your mouth is a mirror of how your whole body is functioning, because several diseases and adverse health conditions can be prevented, diagnosed and even treated there.
We offer a variety of competitively priced dental plans through reputable carriers to help you care for your teeth and to minimize your overall health care costs. Dental insurance can provide coverage for:
- Preventive care
- Basic services, including routine fillings and extractions
- Major services, including crowns, bridges and dentures
Through proper dental care and coverage, you're taking an important step toward protecting your overall health.
Life, Long-term Care, Disability, and Medicare Health solutions provided by Truist Life Insurance Services
Easy dental care
Taking proper care of your teeth and gums requires more than brushing and flossing every day. We can help make access to dental care easy through:
- An extensive network of reputable dentists available through our carrier partners.
- Affordable options for every budget.
- Quality coverage you can count on.
With dental insurance protection, high health care costs won't stand between you and good oral health.
Call today to speak with one of our experienced insurance professionals to find out just how affordable dental coverage can be.
Frequently asked questions
What does dental insurance cover?
Most plans cover a broad range of dental services, including fillings and extractions, plus major services like crowns, bridges and dentures. Coverage also includes preventive care. Typically, cosmetic procedures are not covered.
What is preventive care?
Preventive care generally includes routine oral exams and cleanings.
What is included in basic services?
Most plans include fillings, endodontics, simple extractions, oral surgery and other basic services.
What do major services include?
Many plans include periodontal maintenance, inlays and onlays, crowns, bridges and dentures in their menu of major services.
What are UCR fees?
UCR (Usual, Customary, and Reasonable) fees are set by insurance providers and are based on a certain procedure’s typical cost. For example, if your procedure costs $120, your provider may have a UCR of $80. You would be responsible for paying the remaining $40.
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Insurance products are offered through Truist Life Insurance Services, a division of Crump Life Insurance Services, Inc., AR license #100103477, a wholly-owned subsidiary of Truist Insurance Holdings, Inc.
Insurance products and services offered through McGriff Insurance Services, Inc., a subsidiary of Truist Insurance Holdings, Inc., are not a deposit, not FDIC insured, not guaranteed by a bank, not insured by any federal government agency and may go down in value.
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