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Some people need insurance to cover their dental treatments because they cannot afford it. During their search, they may find a policy that suit their needs. An insurance company may advertise its policy at discounted premiums. They may even be enticed by its credentials and...

Dentists may encounter fraud at some point during their practice. When they gather the evidence and accuse the employee for his or her criminal actions, reporting him or her may be expensive for them. However, dentists should report fraud and prosecute the criminals. Afterwards, dentists...

Although some poor people cannot afford dental care, others on Medicaid may not be able to locate a dentist that accepts their coverage (Hinton and Paradise 2016). Even though more people could get dental coverage in Medicaid, possibly leading to decreased visits to the “emergency...

Dental clinics should get business insurance, which “can help pay the costs of property damage, lawsuits, lost business income, and other covered losses” (“What Does Business Insurance Cover?”). While they legally need workers compensation insurance for employees, they also need other insurance policies for other...

People with Medicare Advantage Plans get a variety of benefits for a monthly premium (“Medicare Advantage Plans cover all Medicare services”). Not only do the plans pay for “[most] Medicare services,” but also pay for services, such as vision, hearing, dental, emergency treatments, prescriptions, etc.,...

Dental clinics in foreign countries could provide cheaper treatments to people than dental clinics in the United States. Unfortunately, while travel and dental insurance policies may pay for their beneficiaries’ dental work in an emergency, “[most] dental insurance plans don’t cover treatment abroad…” (“Dental Tourism...

Some people can receive health coverage from Medicare, which is a “federal health insurance program for… People who are 65 or older,” “Certain younger people with disabilities,” and “People with End-Stage Renal Disease (permanent kidney failure requiring dialysis or a transplant, sometimes called ESRD)” (“What’s...

People without prescription coverage may not be able to afford their prescriptions. However, prescription coverage may help some people, but health insurance companies can take certain prescription drugs off their formulary. Unfortunately, the US Food and Drug Administration (FDA) found, “Only about half of medicines...

Health insurance policies usually cover prescription drugs on their formularies, which include “both generic and brand name” drugs (Bihari and Norris 2018). For some drugs, patients may have out-of-pocket payments in the form of either copayments or coinsurance (Bihari and Norris 2018). Patients should check...