Your smile doesn't have to retire when you do. It’s important to keep yours healthy as you enter the next chapter of your life. A dental plan from the nation’s leading provider of dental coverage can help you care for your smile and continue to express your true self. In fact, a healthy smile is linked to better overall health and well-being.
Dentists can detect the signs of more than 120 diseases during an oral exam.1, 2
With Delta Dental, you can get the same quality dental coverage you would expect from an employer. Our individual dental plans provide access to the largest network of dentists nationwide, so you can continue to see your dentist regularly. Make sure retirement doesn’t change your dental care habits, with an affordable dental plan.
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1 U.S. Surgeon General Report on Oral Health 2000 – Chapter 3 – Diseases and Disorders
2 Application of the international classification of diseases to dentistry and stomatology: ICD-DA. World Health Organization 1995