Fight Cavities In Dental Coverage The economy is soft, and the cost of medical coverage is increasing at double-digit rates. The cost of dental coverage is also going up, albeit at an annual rate of only about 8%.

Some employers might be tempted to cope by reducing spending on dental coverage.

While reducing the costs of an employers dental plan may save an employer money in the short term, these actions may have long-term ramifications on employees satisfaction with their benefits and may have an impact on the dental services they choose to receive. These ramifications may lead to other increases in costs to the employer.

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