ARE DENTAL AND MEDICAL INSURANCE THE SAME?
Dental insurance and medical insurance are very different. With medical insurance, typically there is a deductible and once that amount is met, medical insurance pays a portion (80% is common) of the rest of the balance of the medical bill, however large. Dental “insurance” works more like a coupon. There is usually a deductible with it too, but then it typically pays only up to a specific dollar amount per year, perhaps $1000. So the dental benefit is limited to that yearly maximum. It is a help in paying for dental treatment, but it definitely does not pay for all of it.
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