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Take charge of your overall health with affordable dental insurance.

Customizable plans for everyone.

Choose from a variety of plans for individuals and families.

In-network routine exams and twice-yearly cleanings are at no additional out-of-pocket cost.

Get care from more than 300,000 dental access points nationwide.1

Underwritten by Renaissance Dental, named one of the top insurance providers of 2020.2

With coverage that may include:


Diagnostic and preventative care May include exams, cleanings twice per year, bitewing x-rays, fluoride treatments to age 14, and brush biopsy
Minor services May include emergency palliative treatment, radiographs/diagnostic imaging, periodontal cleaning, and other minor restorative services
Major services May include denture and bridge repairs and relines, extractions and dental surgery, root canals, periodontic services, prosthodontic services, crown and cast restorations, and other major services


Final coverage determined by and outlined within the plan selected.

Get covered in less than ten minutes* online, or call a licensed agent at (866) 924-8896.

  1. Answer three basic questions about yourself.
  2. Review the plans and choose one that best fits your needs.
  3. Complete checkout and create your account to kickstart coverage.

Catch problems early — before they become costly.

With coverage on diagnostic and preventive services, it’s easier than ever to get the proactive care you need.

Plus, you don’t have to wait to get reimbursed. Participating offices will complete and file claims for you — so consider that always checked off your to-do list.

How can dental insurance help you start a proactive oral care routine?

Find out what you’ll learn when you prioritize your twice-annual visits to the dentist — and how it can help you master your at-home habits.


There are some people that will never get a cavity — and others that aren’t so lucky. This is known as your cavity risk level, and it can be determined through your regular, twice-yearly visits to the dentist. Knowing your risk level can help you make better choices in your everyday habits.


You may have the two minute, twice-daily brushing down, but make sure you’re brushing with these tips from the American Dental Association in mind:

  • Use a soft-bristled brush.
  • Place your toothbrush at a 45-degree angle to the gums.
  • Brush your tongue to remove bacteria.
  • Replace your toothbrush every three to four months.


A night guard protects your teeth from grinding against each other while you sleep, which can cause enamel erosion, sensitive teeth, wear on any fillings, and weak teeth. If you think you could benefit from a night guard, talk with your dentist about your next steps.


Your dentist will be able to give you custom recommendations on how to best take care of your teeth, with your dental history and current needs in mind. Taking proactive measures can end up saving you money in the long run — and you’ll get all the info when you make your no-cost, twice-annual visit to the dentist.

The Open Enrollment Period and Annual Election Period are here. Though you can enroll in dental insurance any time of year, there’s no better time to get an individual or family plan. To learn more about dental insurance, click below!

In partnership with KindHealth,
underwritten by Renaissance Dental.

KindHealth is revolutionizing the health insurance industry, providing the tools to ensure you’re covered — without paying for the things you shouldn’t. It’s your own personal health advocate that simplifies the process of understanding and buying insurance.

Renaissance Dental

Providing exceptional dental benefits for everyone.

Have more questions?

Check out other commonly asked questions here, or give us a call at (866) 924-8896.


Renaissance is a part of the Renaissance Health Service Corporation, which covers 13.1 million people with annual paid claims of $3 billion.


Get care from more than 300,000 dental access points nationwide.1


With varying annual maximums, benefits, reimbursement levels, and covered services, you have options. Choose a flexible plan that fits you or your whole family.

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