The Importance Of Having A Plan
According to the Dental industry statistics, approximately 23 percent of Americans have no dental insurance coverage, which translates to about 74 million people, in the U.S alone, that aren’t covered! Not only that, but according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, more than one-third of American adults haven’t seen a dental professional in the past.
Those are some crazy statistics!
But wait, there is more…
These are actually many things that could be prevented if Americans had dental insurance or could at least have an “affordable” in-office plan. A plan that could help balance the expenses while taking care of the issues or that can compensate for the things that insurance doesn’t cover, to make it more affordable.
- Untreated tooth decay. More than 1 in 4 (26%) adults in the United States have untreated tooth decay.
- Gum disease. Nearly half (46%) of all adults aged 30 years or older show signs of gum disease; severe gum disease affects about 9% of adults.
- Tooth loss. Complete tooth loss among adults aged 65-74 years has steadily declined over time, but disparities exist among some population groups. If left untreated, cavities (tooth decay) and periodontal (gum) disease leading to tooth loss.
- Oral cancer. Oral cancers are most common in older adults, particularly in people older than 55 years who smoke and are heavy drinkers.
- People treated for cancer who have chemotherapy may suffer from oral problems such as painful mouth ulcers, impaired taste, and dry mouth.
- Chronic diseases. Having a chronic disease, such as arthritis, heart disease or stroke, diabetes, emphysema, hepatitis C, a liver condition, or being obese may increase an individual’s risk of having missing teeth and poor oral health.
- Patients with weakened immune systems, such as those infected with HIV and other medical conditions (organ transplants) and who use some medications (e.g., steroids) are at higher risk for some oral problems.
- Chronic disabling diseases such as jaw joint diseases (TMD), autoimmune conditions such as Sjögren’s Syndrome, and osteoporosis affect millions of Americans and compromise oral health and functioning, more often among women.
Most people don’t know this, but diseases in the mouth can actually impact diseases becoming a reality in the body.
We want to help you avoid this being an issue, so we’ve created an amazing in-office plan that we can offer to our clients. The plan is called the JOBE DENTAL PLAN. It can help cover your expenses and put your health back into your hands.
Jobe Dental Plan (better than conventional dental insurance)
– Includes 2 Dental Cleanings
– Unlimited Clinical Exams (Emergency & Periodic) & Diagnostic X-Rays Per Year at 100%.
– UNLIMITED BENEFITS NO MAXIMUM
– The plan also covers dental care included at a 20% discount:
- Crown & Bridges
- Dentures & Partials
- Endodontic Services
- Implant Restoration
- Extractions-Per Dr. Jobe’s Discretion
- Bite Guards
- Periodontal Treatments
- *$500 Credit Towards Full Invisalign Treatment
- (1 Treatment Per member)
Our Premium Plans eliminate claim forms, deductibles, and pre-determinations. You get high-quality dental care from our offices with no third-party insurance company involved in your care. This gives you the dental care you need without you having to wait for your insurance company’s approval.
We believe that the best dental treatment is one that is decided between the patient and the dentist. As such, we made our Premium Plans to be as transparent as they can be. Our membership fees are as follows:
Singles member $348
Family of 3 $799
Family of 4 $948
*Add $100 for each additional member
**Membership needs to be paid in full by the first visit