Most dental care coverage places an emphasis on regular preventive care by covering small routine costs. A thorough examination by the dentist and a set of x-rays are all it usually takes to diagnose a problem.
By placing an emphasis on prevention, and by covering regular teeth cleaning and check-ups, Americans saved nearly $100 billion in dental care costs during the 1980s.
Make sure your dental costs are covered. Click a link below to learn more about dental coverage.
Mortgage Protection Insurance
Taking out a mortgage can be a scary proposition. You owe tens or even hundreds of thousands of dollars to the mortgage holder. What happens if a family breadwinner suddenly passes away and a substantial portion of the mortgage remains unpaid?
Mortgage protection insurance covers this potential financial disaster. You can purchase a policy when you first buy your home, or later if you think your situation warrants it.
The idea behind mortgage protection insurance is straightforward: You pay a premium, which remains the same for the duration of the policy, and if you should die during that time, the insurance pays off the rest of your mortgage.
Becoming disabled through an injury or sickness can mean a significant loss of income. Disability insurance is a form of health insurance that provides a person who becomes disabled with income to cover living expenses that continue in spite of the disability. This policy can save your family from financial ruin as it protects your biggest asset- the abilty to earn a living.
- Gap Policies
- Final Expense Policies
- Short Term Health Insurance
- Prepaid Medical Plans