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Monthly Archives: April 2015
Vision insurance is generally a supplemental addition to a major health insurance plan. Understand what a vision plan entails, and learn to maximize your benefits.
Health insurance doesn’t usually cover eye exams, glasses, or contacts, so you’ll want to find eye care benefits to fit your needs and budget.
Read about common eye diseases and if they are covered by your vision health insurance plans.
Vision care insurance can help with costs of regular eye exams, which can help you maintain a good quality of life.
Find out what plans may cover orthodontics, plus learn about alternatives to braces that may be covered by some dental plans.
Learn about dental care concerns later in life, and dental insurance for seniors.
Read to find out the pros and cons of dental insurance.
Read to find out what short-term insurance does and does not cover.
If you’re considering a short-term health plan, take a look at how they work—the kind of people and health situations they are appropriate for.
If you’re considering a short-term health plan, you’ll want to know what qualifying information and criteria insurance companies look at before they enroll you.
If you find yourself without a major medical insurance plan outside of the open enrollment period, don’t despair. Short-term health insurance could provide the gap coverage you need.