HMO

"Health Maintenance Organization"

PPO

"Preferred Provider Organization"

Discount

"Dental Discount Plan"

HMO

Plan Benefits
Features Include:
  • No waiting periods
  • No limitations on pre-existing conditions
  • No age limits (all seniors are eligible)
  • No cost on most diagnostic services
  • No cost on most preventative services
  • No annual maximum benefit
  • Set copays on over 400 procedures
Value

PPO

Plan Benefits
Features Include:
  • No waiting periods
  • No limitations on pre-exisiting conditions
  • No age limits (all seniors are eligible)
  • No cost on most diagnostic services
  • No cost on most preventative services
  • In & out of network benefits
  • Low annual deductible
Freedom

Discount

Plan Benefits
Features Include:
  • No waiting periods
  • No limitations on pre-existing conditions
  • No age limits (all seniors are eligible)
  • No annual maximum benefit
  • No deductible to meet ever
  • 100 Procedures with set pricing
  • 20% discount at specialists
Budget
Which plan is right for 
Myself?
My Family?
My Children?
My Parents?
My Budget?

We understand completely!

Nobody wants to make a wrong decision! With so many plan options to choose from today, it can be frustrating figuring out which plan is right for you and your family. We have a highly specialized team of enrollment specialists that can walk you through the process. We conduct a brief phone interview to find out what type of work you could possibly need, and we will recommend the most affordable plan to fit your specific need, and budget.

HMO vs PPO vs Discount

How often do I need to see my dentist?

Most dentist recommend setting an appointment every 6 months for a regular cleaning. These preventative appointments are important in maintaining your oral health, and stopping issues while their small before they become a major problem.

I brush my teeth regularly, and don't have any issues so why do I need to see a dentist?

A dental exam is important for more than the health of your teeth. Routine exams can help to detect early signs of diabetes, leukemia, gum disease, and oral cancer. Often, the first outward signs of these diseases can start in the mouth, and a dentist has the ability to spot these during a routine checkup!