Can You Afford to Not Have Dental Insurance?
The lack of dental coverage many Americans face is overwhelming, especially for individuals who are self-employed. According to the CDC, 164 million work hours are lost each year due to dental-related illnesses in adults.¹ Not being able to go to work is one of the biggest worries for the self-employed, because when a day of work is missed, he or she doesn’t get paid. Fortunately, NASE has partnered with Renaissance Dental to offer members the opportunity to purchase dental insurance at an affordable group rate comparable to that of mid- and large-size companies.
Through this partnership, NASE members have access to dental coverage that helps keep them at work, pain-free and focused on their business. Learn from Tom Dimmer, Vice President of Business Development of Individual Market and Exchanges of Renaissance, first hand on how Americans may be unable to afford not having dental insurance in SelfInformed,
an eNewsletter from NASE.
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1.)Office of the Surgeon General. “National Call to Action to Promote Oral Health.” 24 June 2011. http://www.surgeongeneral.gov/topics/oralhealth/nationalcalltoaction.html