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ALL Care Dental Plan Announces Expansion to New Key States
Date:10/8/2008

Thousands of dental patients will now be able to cut their dental bill in half with the ALL Care Card.

Clearwater FL (PRWEB) October 8, 2008 -- www.allcarecard.com [ALL Care Dental Plan], a leading provider of dental plans in the U.S., announced today the expansion of operations into Illinois, Nevada, Connecticut, and Texas. With this expansion ALL Care can now help dental patients in 42 states save on their www.allcarecard.com [dental care services]. The All Care Dental Plan encompasses over 42,000 dentists in 42 states who have agreed to reduce their fees on dental services by up to 60%, for ALL Care members.

Countless dental patients have been surprised during a dental visit with the news that major dental work like a root canal and/or a crown is needed. The bill is often in the thousands of dollars, and to make things worse, the patient often does not have dental insurance. At this point, it is too late to buy dental insurance since the needed treatment would be considered a preexisting condition and would not be covered by most insurance plans. Until now, the only option was to pay this unexpected expense in cash or try to get approved for expensive dental patient financing. The good news is, there is a solution; more patients in this situation can use the ALL Care Dental Plan to cut their dental bill by up to 60%.

For example, in the northeast, the average dental crown costs about $1,100, with the ALL Care Dental Plan members save an average of 50%, paying only $550 for the very same crown! Dentures cost about $1,300; with the ALL Care Dental Plan the cost is only $725, a savings of 45%.

The membership starts at $9.95 a month for an individual dental plan and $14.95 a month for a family dental plan. This is a great value since members also save up to 60% on prescriptions, chiropractic, vision and hearing services at no additional cost. ALL Care Denta
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