Your smile is worth it
Whether you're self-employed, transitioning from an existing dental insurance plan, retired, or just need dental coverage because your employer doesn't offer it, we offer cost-effective choices for individuals and families.
Good Life Insurance makes it easy to get a low cost dental plan that fits your individual needs and your budget. Choose from an array of benefit options that include access to network providers that can help keep the cost of your care affordable.
Dental insurance plans are critical for the health of your teeth. Plus, your dental health can affect your overall health, so its important to keep up with regular visits to your dentist.
Plans that cover:
Routine Dental Cleanings
Diagnostic Exams and Preventative Services
Covers routine cleanings for all covered persons and fluoride treatments for those under the age of 16 on the plan, often with no deductible or waiting period.
No Age Restriction
Find coverage for every member of your family and every stage of life.1 Even if you are on Medicare, which doesn’t include dental benefits, we have plans designed specifically for seniors.
Basic Dental coverage
This often includes simple fillings or
emergency treatment for dental pain.
Major Dental Coverage
This can include retainers and root canals. These are often subject to the plan’s deductible and waiting periods.
Plans that allow you to go to any Dentist!
Including dental offices in both private and retail settings
Compare Costs of Dental Plans How
Fewer Limitations: Not required
to visit in-network dentists but
DPPO in-network dentists will have
lowest out-of-pocket costs.
Copayment: Pay a copayment for
procedures. Require you to reach
a deductible and have a maximum.
Very Limited: Choose one dentist
or facility. Out of network
procedures will not be covered.
Coinsurance: No deductibles or
maximum. You pay a copayment
for certain procedures. Some
procedures are zero out-of-pocket costs.
Fewer Limitations: Large choice
Copayment + Fee: Pay a
copayment for procedures.
Additional fee for the dentist since
they are not reimbursed.
No Limitations on network
Discounted Fee: Reduced fee-for service is completely out-of-pocket.
No deductible or maximum.
How can dental plans make dental care more affordable?Dental plans can help you manage your dental care costs better — because the cost of not taking care of your oral health could be more. People without individual dental coverage are less likely to get routine dental care Waiting until there’s a problem means that dental treatment will often be more involved and expensive Major problems linked to poor oral health (like heart disease and diabetes) are more likely to appear.