Benecare Dental Plans

BeneCare Dental Plans is the trade name under which groups of dentists in communities across the Eastern United States operate group dental prepayment and self-funded programs that are innovative, patient and doctor friendly, and affordable. Besides being a better value, BeneCare’s custom-designed patient-oriented dental plans are easy to manage.

BeneCare designs and provides cost-effective, group insured and self insured dental benefit plans that are recognized by the dental profession as the innovative model for value.

Discount dental plans, designed to provide significant savings on members’ dental care needs, have quickly become an attractive alternative to costly dental insurance. Traditional dental insurance, once the only dental benefit option available, features many drawbacks including costly deductibles, tedious claim forms, long waiting periods and other limitations. On the other hand, discount dental plans are more cost-effective, easy-to-use and free of these hassles.

Appropriate care is collectively defined by participating BeneCare dentists, the ones who know and care most about your dental health. In some programs, the dentists may also assume the risk for the plan, while operating wihin a fixed budget.

Generally discount dental plan provides covers for all kinds of dental care procedure, be it preventive or intense, such as root canal, denture, cleaning, teeth whitening, braces etc it also provides covers for the cosmetic dentistry treatments. Discount dental plans are an inexpensive and easy-to-use option for dental insurance, and offers plan members with important savings on all the dental procedures.

Joining dental plans is a very affordable way to save money on dental treatment, and will encourage members to have routine dental work done. They will also make some optional dental work much more affordable.

Dental plans cover the following dental procedures:

  • Preventive care such as cleanings, check-ups, and x-rays.
  • Common dental procedures like tooth extractions, fillings, and crowns.
  • Replacement procedures such as bridges and dentures.
  • Specialized procedures like periodontal dentistry and oral surgery.
  • Other procedures like braces and cosmetic dentistry.