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Bestselling Plans in Illinois
Dental Costs in Illinois
Who much does dental insurance cost in Illinois? We examined the premiums for nearly thirty plans quoted for a thirty year-old living in Chicago and found the average monthly cost was $42.74. The lowest expense option was a dental discount card, Careington 500 Series Dental Savings, that charged $8.95 a month to access a group of dentists would charged discounted rates for dental care. The most expensive was the Humana Extend 5000. This option had a premium of $97.99 for a 33 year-old. This option is an indemnity plan, which tends to have very wide acceptance among dentists.
79.3 percent of the plans examined did not have a copayment of coinsurance fee for an annual cleaning. Fillings were charged a coinsurance fee, with the insurance company covering an average of 66.9% of the filling cost. Some plans (Nationwide Select Plus 1500 + VSP Standard and the Guardian Direct Advantage Diamond PPO) covered as much as 80% of the cost for the patient.
All but three plans had an annual limit on how much the insurance company would pay for dental care. The three plans without the limit (known as the “maximum benefit”) were the Careington 500 Series Dental Savings, the Humana Dental Value Plan C550 DHMO, and the Guardian Direct Managed DentalGuard DHMO. The remaining plans had an average limit of $2,154 each year. Four of the plans increased their annual limit after the first year of enrollment. The smallest limit in the first year of coverage was $500 for the Guardian Direct Advantage Starter PPO and Guardian Direct Advantage Core PPO. The plan with the highest annual limit ($10,000) was the NCD Complete by MetLife.
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Dental and Oral Health Resources for People Living in Illinois
We've pulled together information to help you find resources in your state to help you maintain your oral health.
The ISDS works to secure the professional success of their members while promoting education, legislation, and communication contributing to improved oral health in the state of Illinois.
A comprehensive report on the state of Illinois Oral Health produced through a collaboration among Illinois Children's Healthcare Foundation, Delta Dental of Illinois Foundation and Michael Reese Health Trust.
A resource listing dozens of dental options for low-income residents of Illinois.