Insurance

Discussion in 'General Residency Issues' started by gwen, Oct 14, 2002.

  1. gwen

    gwen Senior Member

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    Hello everyone. Slightly different topic. I am in that transitional phase where I just turned 25 so I'm not covered for dental insurance under my parents' plan. Does anyone know of any good dental plans that would cover me until graduation (May 2003)? I would really appreciate your help in this. Its such a headache looking for insurance! Some of the sites on the internet sound really shady so I thought maybe one of you would know from personal experience if you're going through the same thing.

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    Gwen
     
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  3. DrQuinn

    DrQuinn My name is Neo
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    I do not have dental insurance myself... so I pay for everything out of pocket. Usually the visits are about $120 each or so (including x-rays and what-not). That's not bad considering its only an annual visit for me. Granted I don't have snaggle-teeth or megalo-caries or what not... just the regular cleaning... so your mileage may vary.
     

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