What is orthodontic insurance?


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Orthodontic insurance is generally part of a comprehensive of dental health care plan. The orthodontic portion of dental insurance covers some portion of the cost of orthodontic care, which includes braces to ensure that the teeth are straight and mesh well with the teeth in the opposite jaw.

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What is orthodontic insurance?
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The orthodontic portion of a comprehensive dental health care insurance is likely to include deductibles, co-pays and exclusions, which means a patient will pay part of the cost of the prescribed orthodontic care. It is important to check the dental care plan to see what coverage is offered before committing to a course of orthodontic care.

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