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Typically, insured individuals must meet a deductible amount before their dental insurance company begins to cover their dental care. The cost of these deductibles needs to be considered when calculating the overall costs associated with dental insurance. Annual deductibles can vary from $25 to $50 per covered individual, depending on the dental insurance policy.
The majority of dental insurance plans usually cap the amount of reimbursement to an annual maximum of $1,000 to $1,500 per year.
Individuals with dental insurance often complain about claim form procedures, exclusions on pre-existing conditions and waiting periods for major procedures.
Dental insurance plans will frequently refuse to cover certain procedures or impose long waiting periods. For example, many dental insurance policies have exclusions on pre-existing conditions and may require a 6 to 18 month waiting period before paying for major dental treatment.
The rising cost of insurance premiums makes dental insurance inaccessible to many individuals and families unless it’s provided by their employers.
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