What could you advise well you if you are in that category and let’s so people have pareo disease gum disease and that’s nothing to be ashamed of it just needs to be treated unfortunately though that does kick you into the tier that may have a waiting period attached to.
It and so I would rather you know that ahead of time but I would also lean on your dental office as well many of the clients that we take on they are trained to provide this information upfront so that you call the office you give them the information they’ll find out about.
Your plan many times they’re better equipped to ask about these policies and and find out their waiting periods on it so I would find an office that’s comfortable working with you I don’t question is the fact that okay so we know that there’s a waiting period and to be you know pretty aware about it we know that there’s alternatives and to ask questions about.
That how does somebody get started as far as insurance and they already have it what where are some resources that someone can go to to look well if you’re self-employed you’re probably buying a medical plan off of the Affordable Care Act the exchange.So go to your local your state exchange do a search for your plan and and they will give you a list of dental insurance plans to look at so again it has to do with due diligence one other caveat I feel like I’m giving is caveats but.
You have to look out for this is if you do buy a dental plan that’s attached to your medical plan you want to make sure that they’re not combining the medical and dental deductibles for example we’re used to maybe a or dollar deductible for dental on the medical side.