Whether you’re searching for dental insurance for yourself, your children, or your aging parent, you’ve probably already made at least one unfortunate discovery: shopping for plans can be confusing, overwhelming and downright frustrating. Worse, unless you started your search here, at Spirit Dental, you probably got the impression (from our larger competitors) that dental insurance is expensive, never provides more than $1,000 or $1,500 per year in coverage, has required waiting periods, provides extremely limited coverage, and excludes some procedures altogether. It’s hard to justify the costs of premiums when the major procedure you need is excluded – or exceeds your annual max.
“It’s as if the large insurance companies think you don’t know how to do basic math,” says Tom Mayer, founder and CEO of Spirit Dental. “At Spirit Dental, we know our customers can do math. They’ve got their own calculators. They know how the dollars add up.”
Mayer, the outspoken critic of traditional dental insurance plans, says Spirit Dental’s products were designed to meet the needs of the 21st century consumer. The key, he says, was creating a level of flexibility between plans to allow anyone to find a plan that’s best for them. There are key differences between the Spirit Dental plans. Some offer a $3,500 annual maximum while others have lower premiums with lower annual maximums. But no matter which product you choose, Mayer says, Spirit Dental promises a superior insurance product to protect your oral health, your overall physical health, and your finances. Key features of all Spirit Plans include:
See for yourself how much better dental insurance can be!
Tom Mayer invites you to compare Spirit Dental to anyone else in the industry by taking our 30 Second Challenge. “I guarantee you,” says Mayer, “you’ll see the differences.” After reviewing the results, simply choose the next step that’s best for you. “We believe we have a products will fit any customer’s needs and I would love to see everyone sign up with Spirit Dental. But my goal is to see dental insurance improved for everyone in America. So I would be just as happy if people went back to their giant insurance companies and asked them why they won’t provide $3,500 annual maxim