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People could get health insurance policies by themselves or through their employers, such as dental clinics. Clinics can give different types of health insurance to their employees, ranging from “Individual health insurance (with or without a defined contribution allowance),” “small group health insurance policies” from...

Health insurance usually does not pay for dental and vision work (“My health insurance does not cover dental and vision”). Also, while businesses must have group health insurance policies if they employ at least 50 people due to the Affordable Care Act, they do not...

People’s mental and nervous conditions, such as depression and post-traumatic stress disorder, may hinder them from working (Nabity 2017a). Colin Nabity, “CEO and Founder of LeverageRx,” states, “Studies show mental illness is prevalent among physicians and dentists” (2017b). Additionally, the National Alliance on Mental Illness...

When dentists apply for disability benefits, they may not always receive coverage. In addition to reporting “a medical condition” and providing “statements from their physician(s) certifying disability,” dentists should provide detailed records of their tasks, proof of these fulfilled tasks, proof of earnings, etc., depending...

Disability insurance could help dentists with important payments, such as student loans and mortgages, because it “provides [them] with a fixed income should [they] become sick or injured and unable [to] earn an income as [a] result of not working” (Schneider 2015; Nabity 2017). According...

Dentists must address not only their patients’ oral health, but also their employees’ safety. Their employees may get hurt on the job. If this occurs, worker’s compensation insurance “provides employees with financial compensation for lost wages due to harm or injury resulting from performing their...

Criminals steal identities through many ways. For example, they could steal bank cards and credit cards, phish for “personal information” via email, steal Social Security cards, etc. (McGill and Morales 2013). While thieves could steal “Social Security [numbers] on Medicare and Medicaid cards” for people’s...