Question: I am currently jobless, I do work odd jobs when I can find them which lately has not been often. I have bad teeth that I been putting up with for a long time now since I can not afford to have dental care. However, one of my molars broke and is causing me to have more pain then I normally have. I need to see a dentist but do not have any money. Where can I go for dental care help? Are there any low income dental plans that I could get that will help me?
Reply: Lower cost dental insurance plans would be the HMO dental insurance options. Dental HMO insurance plans run a round $8-$20 a month for an individual. These types of insurance plans will greatly help you to reduce your dental care cost. You will want to compare cost for services under each dental HMO plan you review so you get the lowest cost for your needed dental care.
There are also Dental discount plans that are low in cost running $10 to $15.00 a month for an individual they help to reduce your dental care cost for all dental services render. Hopefully making dental care more affordable to you.