It’s no secret; dental insurance is pretty important to your health. Many reputable healthcare sources state that there is a link to proper dental hygiene and your overall health. However, many people don’t have proper dental insurance. Additionally, many believe it is a waste of money. Part of the problem is that they don’t understand dental insurance. Doing so can not only save you a ton of money, but also help you with managing your dental care. In this article, we will help you understand dental insurance so you can make an informed decision about your insurance and your care. We break down the lexicon into easy-to-understand terms. Think of this article as your “go-to” guide to understanding this important insurance.
I suspect that health insurance confusion is worse than filling out taxes. That’s what I feel when I speak to people about health insurance.
People become even more confused when it’s time for the health insurance open enrollment period. This period runs from November 1st to December 15th every year.
We at My Family Life Insurance call it the “health insurance open confusion period”. Why?
Many individuals and families are simply and incredibly confused about their health insurance. For example, most people don’t know the difference between a copay and coinsurance. Not knowing these basics can have a negative impact…on your checking account!