Multiple Dental Insurance Companies - with Delta Dental 

Quotes with numerous insurance companies and vision in one place

Plan Maximum: $300 to $3,000 Per Person Per Calendar

AmFirst Insurance Company
Delta Dental Insurance Company
Nationwide Life Insurance Company
Renaissance Insurance Company

No Waiting Period on Cleaning, Filling or Crown for these plans:

Delta Dental for Everyone Immediate Coverage Plan PPO/Premier
Renaissance Dental MAX Choice Plus Plan

Interested in a Vision Plan?
Add vision with your dental purchase (check area for coverage and an additional premium applies)


Quotes with one discount company


Several great Dental insurance options!

Dental Plans cover routine cleanings and X-rays and basic services, like fillings.
Some plans also cover major services, like root canals and crowns.

Interested in a Vision Plan?
Add vision with your dental purchase (check area for coverage and an additional premium applies)

Golden Rule Insurance Company or UnitedHealthcare Life Insurance Company are the underwriters of UnitedHealthOne

Dental Insurance

Quote and Apply

Review and compare plan benefits, exclusions, limitations, provider networks and premiums. 
Affordable dental plans - Compare plans side by side.

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Plan info, providers and apply

National General Accident & Health

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Several great Dental insurance options!

Dental PPO Plan
A plan to help you pay for the dental care you need

Select one of our three available Dental PPO benefit levels:
Essentials, Essentials Plus, and Enhanced.

All three benefit levels are guaranteed issue and help you pay for
most dental procedures, including routine oral exams and cleanings.

Dental Indemnity
Get cash benefits to help you pay for dental care

We have three unique Dental benefit levels to choose from:
Basic, Intermediate and Plus.


* Pediatric dental insurance is necessary to be compliant for the Affordable Care Act Marketplace plans

Children’s dental services are included as part of the Essential Health Benefit (EHB) package. So, children in segments of the population where the EHB package is required will have dental coverage offered as part of that package. After Jan. 1, 2014, all individual and small group market plans – both inside and outside the exchange – must be certified as "qualified health plans" except for stand-alone dental plans. QHPs must provide all "essential health benefits". Pediatric oral health services are included in the 10-category EHB package and must be offered. "Pediatric services" are defined as services for individuals under the age of 19, although states have the flexibility to extend such coverage beyond the age 19 baseline. Before you buy a dental insurance plan, make sure that it meets the ACA guideline for pediatric dental insurance for a qualified Health plan (QHP). Adults do not have to meet any guidelines.

National General Accident & Health marketing products are underwritten by Time Insurance Company

UnitedHealth Insurance Company

These plans DO NOT meet the Affordable Care Act pediatric care guidelines. Contact us directly to review ACA plan options.

When you are considering buying a dental plan, the following are questions to consider:

  • What is the monthly cost for dental coverage?
  • Is there a waiting period before the plan covers certain care?
  • Is there an annual limit to what the plan will pay for your coverage?
  • Will you be able to see the dentist you want to?
  • How far do you have to travel to see a dentist that accepts the dental plan?
  • How much of the cost does the plan cover for routine visits?
  • How much of the cost does the plan cover for fillings, root canals and oral surgery?
  • How much of the cost does the plan cover for major dental care such as crowns?

Everyone needs dental care! 

Finding the right value
One size doesn't fit everyone
Shop for the dental plan that best fits your needs
For best results - PPO dental insurance - select an in-network dentist