Some Things are Better Solo: 3 Reasons to Choose Standalone Dental

October 16, 2014

If you bundle your cable, Internet and phone services, there’s a good chance you’re going to save money. Buy in bulk at a warehouse and you’ll get more bang for your buck. In most cases, bundling is a smart choice. However, bundling dental and medical coverage doesn’t save you money. Standalone dental does. It also gives you better service and coverage.

Don’t believe us?

Here are 4 reasons to choose standalone dental over bundling:

  1. Medical plans and dental plans operate under drastically different models. While medical plans focus more on treatment, dental plans operate under a preventative model. Dental benefits are all about stopping problems before they start.

  2. Standalone dental gives you more choice. Our dentist network is the largest in the

    state and nation.

    With greater access to a participating dentist, you’re more likely to stay in-network and enjoy lower costs, keeping more money in your pocket.

  3. Standalone dental gives you greater savings. Bundling your dental and medical coverage may mean that you’re stuck with the high costs of meeting a medical deductible and out-of-pocket maximums before the carrier pays for dental services.

  4. Standalone dental give you better service. Bundled plans focus everything on medical, leaving dental as a mere afterthought. If you want the best quality in customer service from locally managed networks and customer service call centers, choose a Delta Dental plan that focuses ONLY on dental.

There is a reason Delta Dental of Washington is the #1 choice of smiles. We develop our benefit plans based on current dental science and research designed to keep people their healthiest and most productive.

Find a dental plan that’s right for you.