Texas Dental Plan

Texas Dental Plan
Low Cost Dental Plan Testimonials

"I went to the dental office. Instead of me paying $5,000 for my braces. I only paid $1,764 which was $98 a month. So I was really excited."

Mya S. - Houston, TX

“I had a root canal done including the crown for $820.00 with my AmeriPlan® benefits. That was about a $700.00 savings. And I paid $4.30 for my medicine prescription as opposed to $30.00. What a savings. Thanks AmeriPlan® I could not be happier.”

Mona C. – Arlington, TX

Featured low cost dental plan for your area:

Ameriplan USA® Dental Plan

Availability: Nationwide
Dentists: 25,000
Monthly Membership Fee
Family: $19.95 per month
Annual Membership Fee
Family: $239.40 per year

Since 1992, Ameriplan USA® has been committed to building a quality network for all your dental care needs. We currently have more than 25,000 dentists and locations nationwide, and we add more every day. If you are looking for high-quality dentists and real savings, the AmeriPlan Dental Plan is the right choice!

And, because this is not insurance, there are no deductibles, no claim forms, and no annual limits to the benefits you can receive. Simply present the identification card and receive immediate savings at the time of service.

Plus, get 3 additional benefits added to your program for FREE!

Provider Search: After entering your location, a list of participating dentists within range of you will be displayed along with their dental service fee schedule and contact information. (For your convenience - search results will open in a new window)

Cosmetic Dentistry is Not Just Cosmetic

Is cosmetic dentistry the same thing as cosmetic surgery, but on my mouth? To some extent it is. Cosmetic surgery, such as boob jobs, nose jobs, tummy tucks, or face lifts, has a negative stigma attached to it by many people. Going under the knife just to look a little better? “How vain!” say some. Cosmetic dentistry has the same basic premise as other cosmetic medicine in that its stated goal is to improve your appearance. However, while cosmetic surgery can often have a negative impact on your health, such as an increased chance of breast cancer in the case of boob jobs, cosmetic dentistry can actually improve your oral health! For instance, having crooked or slightly chipped teeth affects more than just your smile, as you are more likely to get gum disease or tooth decay than if your teeth were complete and straight. So when you look in the mirror and see a smile that you’re not completely comfortable with, it might be in your best interest, from both cosmetic and health points of view, to ask your dentist about what various cosmetic treatments could do for you.

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