Individual Dental Insurance Plans
Affordable Dental Insurance Plans in Wisconsin
Individual Wisconsin dental insurance plans from Momentum are great for:
- Anyone who can’t get insurance through an employer is between jobs, retired, or aged out of their parents’ plan.
Get dental insurance from Momentum Plans at a price you can afford.
How Much is Momentum Dental Insurance per Month?
Average low-coverage dental insurance costs around $30-40 a month per person. With Momentum's customizable plans, your dental insurance can be as low as $20 a month. Our easy-to-understand dental plans give you the exact coverage you and your family need.
Apply for individual dental care coverage. Once you complete the application, return it to Momentum with the initial premium payment or credit card information. Be sure to sign your form authorizing the payment method and for application of coverage.
You don’t have to be part of a group to get the dental coverage you need!
Why Get Individual Dental Insurance?
Seeing a dentist regularly is the best way to ensure your children will have a healthy smile for life. Family dental insurance is designed to meet this need in a way that allows you to take advantage of a group discount and only pay for the coverage you need.
Oral health has a huge impact on overall health. Poor dental hygiene can lead to pain, discomfort, difficulty eating, and more. In some cases all of this can culminate in a need for oral surgery.
The best way to prevent such a situation is to make sure that you and your family are participating in regular preventative maintenance such as bi-annual cleanings and staying on top of your dental health with a trusted dental provider. By enrolling in individual dental insurance, you will make all of those things possible and affordable for you and your loved ones.
Who Can Benefit from Individual Dental Insurance?
Children and families can benefit greatly from the preventative maintenance that dental insurance can help provide. Seniors and college students can also benefit from it.
Retirees and people who are no longer covered by employer policies, but do not quite qualify for Medicare may choose to purchase affordable dental insurance for themselves as an individual policy.
With recent changes to insurance laws, there is much confusion over student dental insurance. Depending on your student's age and current enrollment status, you may find that they are no longer covered under your employer's dental plan.