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Benefits are essential for employee happiness, well-being, and job satisfaction. Dental coverage boosts the value of an overall benefits and wellness package. According to a survey by the National Association of Dental Plans (NADP), more than half of employees who receive dental coverage through their employer rate dental benefits as “very important.”
The key to productivity and morale is employee health and well-being. With dental care impacting both oral and overall health, employers can better retain current employees and attract prospective hires with a complete benefits package that includes dental coverage.
During regular exams, dentists can identify symptoms of more than 120 diseases, including anemia, diabetes, kidney failure, and heart disease. The need for extensive dental treatments and overall coverage costs for employers decreases, as well as employees’ out-of-pocket expenses when health conditions are caught early and treated.
Make sure you’re getting the most out of your dental benefits. Here are a handful of common terms you might encounter while reading about dental benefits.
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*All TruAssure dental plans, other than Basic and Preferred dental plans, are offered in association with the DenteMax Plus dental network arrangement, which includes participating dentists from the United Concordia, DenteMax and Connection dental networks in all states but North Carolina, where the DenteMax Plus network arrangement includes DenteMax and Connection dental networks. TruAssure Basic and Preferred dental plans are offered in association with the DenteMax dental network.
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