WIN a 1 Year Dental Plan for You or Your Family from DentalPlans.com #DentalPlanGiveaway

Let’s face it, Dental care can be expensive.  Even with dental insurance, you can pay thousands out of pocket for what seems like a simple procedure.  Add to that kids dental care, unexpected care for yourself and your spouse and going to the dentist to take good care of your teeth can be hampered.  I know I have not gone to take care of things because I just could not pay what was left after my insurance was done!

And if you do not have insurance, a visit to the dentist can seem like an impossibility!  But we all know that dental care is important, especially for kids with growing mouths and new teeth!

DentalPlans.com is here to help!

Through DentalPlans.com, you will have easy access to savings at the dentist, and an easy to use alternative to dental insurance. Visitors of DentalPlans.com use our online comparison tools to search for more than 30 discount dental plans available at more than 100,000 dentists across the country. DentalPlans.com helps people find a plan without annual limits and a dentist they can visit the next day to save on out-of-pocket dental expenses. Individuals and families can purchase a low-cost plan online or by phone for discounts of 10% to 60% off most dental care procedures.

Pretty cool, right?

DentalPlans.com Quick Facts:
·         More than 30 plans to search for, compare and view sample savings.
·         Savings at more than 100,000 dentists across the country.
·         Savings of 10% to 60% on most dental care procedures.
·         Savings on orthodontia, cosmetic and pediatric dentistry with select plans.
·         No annual limits, health restrictions, paperwork hassles or waiting periods.
·         Most plans activate within three business days.
·         Plans start at $79.95 per year for individuals and $129.95 per year for families.

4 Ways to Search for Discount Dental Plans at DentalPlans.com:
·         ZIP code
·         Dentist name
·         Dental procedures
·         Individual or family

Check out the video below to learn more!

 

How DentalPlans.com Work:
·         Visitors search by ZIP code to find plans and participating dentists in their area.
·         Search tool compares all plans available within a ZIP code and displays discount dental plans according to available dentists and plans with the most significant savings possible.
·         Visitors can compare plans in the area and view sample savings for dental procedures while locating and selecting participating dentists.
·         Most discount dental plans through DentalPlans.com activate within three business days and without paperwork hassles, health restrictions and annual limits.

Take some time to check out the site and see if DentalPlans.com can help you get your family to the dentist for less!

And because DentalPlans.com wants everyone to see how much their plans can help, (1) reader will WIN A one-year individual or family discount dental plan (individual plans start at $79.95 and family plans start at $129.95) of the winner’s choice to use at a participating dentist for discounts of 10% to 60% off most dental care procedures.

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Giveaway starts Friday 6/15 8pm EST and ends 7/1 12:01 am EST

US residents only. Plans are not available in South Dakota. California residents are not eligible for promotion. Must be 18 years or older to win a free discount dental plan.

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Comments

  1. Amber C says

    How do we enter?  

    When I post it on Twitter to try and share with others, the link goes to a 404, bad link it says. 

  2. Paula Gillespie says

    by threatening them LOL!, just kidding, I actually have to step in and help her otherwise, it isn’t done good enough with her alone brushing

  3. Tina Wolf says

    My kids love to brush their teeth, no threats needed. Its all about the toothpaste :) and the spinning brushes of course

  4. Nicole Burchfield84 says

    I let my 2 year old decorate his toothbrush with stickers and he thinks it’s the coolest thing ever! 

  5. says

    I have taught both my kids since the very beginning to brush their teeth.  We’d do it twice a day like clockwork.  Now they are 22 and 15 and refuse to brush their teeth.  Ugh.  Explains why we need a dental plan!!  Thanks for offering this!!

  6. shannon willamor says

    My son actually enjoys brushing his teeth! He has cars toothbrushes &the one of them is electric. He likes to copy us so this &not flossing is one thing we don’t mind that he copies! He feels grown since he can do it himself &the adults do it.

  7. says

    I do not have children but I would like to think I would try to make brushing teeth fun and by the time they are old enough to realize its not fun they will be used to the routine of doing it.

  8. Lisa B. says

    Don’t have any kids. Would like to win this for me since I lost my dental insurance. Thanks for the giveaway.

  9. krystalhollon says

    I tell them if they dont their teeth will fall out and they will have to gum their food….chuckle.

  10. Sweetlykissamber says

    Having my kids in with me wile I do mine is the best plus they love the fact they hve their fv charaters on the tooth brush and toothpaste!

  11. Abbott2249 says

    My son loves brushing his teeth so its no problem.. He will be 3 soon and can do it all by himself..  then i do it after him to make sure he got all the places good!! :) we started him out with his favorite characters on the toothpaste and toothbrush

  12. Heather Castle says

    I have an 18 month old son and he has about 8 teeth. He loves Sesame Street and his favorite character on there is Elmo. I bought him an Elmo tooth brush and I let him help me brush his teeth. I turn on Sesame Street while we brush his teeth and I tell him that Elmo wants him to keep his teeth pretty and white. He loves helping me brush his teeth, it makes him feel like a big boy.

  13. Vickie m says

    I just ask them to. Normally they answer already did that..  We explained early on how important it is not just for appearance but also health reasons.  ( I have a ugly cavity right now, my kids sure do not want that.

  14. Anmagyari says

    Luckily my kid doesn’t have teeth yet, but I hope to start him out thinking it is fun and not a punishment to do so that when he is older he will do it second nature.

  15. Susana Higuera says

    I do not have kids but nieces and nephews galore! We usually sing a song to make brushing teeth fun.

  16. Tiffany stufflestreet says

    My oldest will do it on his own. My baby, I let him chew on the toothbrush for a few minutes and then brush his back ones.

  17. Sheri says

    I have a 2 yr. old boy & I let him “help” with his own toothbrush & we take turns to brush his teeth.

  18. Heather Avery says

    I tell her to do it. And she does :) Also, her dentist gave her a lecture once upon a time and she felt bad for letting him down so she never argues about brushing and brushing WELL.

  19. says

    My kids are older now, but they always loved brushing their teeth. With that said, they loved using toothpaste. We went through a lot of toothpaste. With 2 cleanings a year, they learned to floss well. Neither have had a cavity :) 

  20. ROBBIE DENNY says

    I have never had a problem getting them to brush, but getting them to brush long enough is harder to do or getting them to brush all the teeth is a little harder. The “PLEASSSSSEEEEE” method seem to work pretty good :-)
    Thank you for this opportunity!

  21. Amy_gemini says

    My daughter just knows she has to by now. If she complains we tell her the sugar bugs will eat her teeth and we will have to go to dentist for them to fill the holes in her teeth if she doesn’t.

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