Frequently asked questions about discount dental plans from DentaCard.
Q. How do I use the plan?
A. Present your Membership ID# to any participating dentist. Instead of paying the dentist’s usual fee you’ll pay the discounted fee instead! Members can enjoy saving from 20% to 50% on most dental procedures with access to a national network of general and specialty dentists.
Q. How long until I can see the dentist after joining and how long does it take to receive my membership card?
A. Immediately after you sign up you’ll receive an email with your ID number for immediate use.
Q. Who is included under the family dental plan?
A. All permanent residents of the member’s household are included. When signing up there is an area to enter all the family members’ names to be included. Your membership information will list all family members you enter when signing up.
Q. How many times can I use the plan?
A. You can use the plan over and over again to save on every visit for you and your entire family! There is no limit on how many times you can use the plan!
Q. Can I nominate my dentist if they are not in your network?
A. Of course. A representative will contact your dentist to begin the credentialing process. Email us to refer your dentist.
Q. What if I want to change my dentist?
A. Simple! Change to a different network dentist at any time!
Q. Do I need a referral to see a specialist?
A. You can visit any participating specialist without a referral!
Q. Can I just use the plan for orthodontics?
A. Yes, orthodontics is one of the many reasons people purchase our plan.
Q. How do I pay my Membership Fee?
A. Sign up online and have your membership information immediately emailed instantly. Pay a one time annual rate of just $89.95/year* for individuals or $129.95/year* for families. (*Both plans have an additional one time non-refundable $10 processing fee.) Simply sign up through this website or over the phone.
Q. Who are the Dental Care providers (dentists)?
A. High-quality, credentialed dentists.
Q. Can I use the plan with ongoing dental problems?
A. Yes! Everyone qualifies regardless of existing problems, age, or past history!