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What is a Dental Membership Plan and Reasons Why an Employer Should Provide it as an Option for Their Employees

April 4, 2023

As an employer, it’s essential to prioritize the health and wellbeing of your employees. One way to do this is by providing them with access to affordable dental care. Dental membership plans are an excellent option for employers to consider, as they offer a cost-effective way for employees to receive high-quality dental care.

So, what is a dental membership plan? It’s a type of dental plan where patients pay a yearly or monthly fee to receive discounted rate on dental services from participating providers. These plans typically have no deductibles or yearly maximums, making them an affordable option for employees.

One of the most significant benefits of dental membership plans is that they can help catch oral health issues early, preventing them from developing into more serious problems. This can lead to better overall oral health and a reduced need for costly dental procedures while also improving their overall health.

Moreover, dental membership plans can also improve employee morale and job satisfaction. By demonstrating a commitment to the health and wellbeing of your employees, you can show them that you value them as individuals and care about their overall health. This, in turn, can lead to increased employee loyalty and retention.

Another reason why employers should consider providing dental membership plans is that they can help attract and retain top talent. In today’s competitive job market, employees are looking for more than just a paycheck. They want to work for employers who value their contributions and prioritize their wellbeing. By offering dental membership plans, employers can set themselves apart from other companies and attract top talent.

Additionally, dental membership plans are often designed to cover the whole family, making it easier for employees to manage their family’s dental care needs. This can be especially beneficial for working parents who may struggle to find time to take their children to the dentist.

According to a recent conducted by the National Association of Dental Plans, more than 70% of employees who have access to a dental membership plan choose to visit dentists within their local community. This is because dental membership plans often provide patients with access to local dentists at discounted rates, which can be a significant factor in the decision-making process when choosing a dentist. By providing dental membership plans to employees, employers can support local dentists and contribute to the growth of their communities. Additionally, employees may feel more comfortable visiting a local dentist who they know and trust, leading to better overall oral health outcomes.

In conclusion, dental membership plans are a cost-effective and valuable option for employers to consider providing to their employees. By offering these plans, employers can help their employees save money on dental expenses, improve their overall health, increase employee morale and job satisfaction, attract and retain top talent, and provide a convenient way for employees to manage their family’s dental care needs. If you’re an employer looking to prioritize the health and wellbeing of your employees, consider offering the MiBöca Dentistry dental membership plan as a valuable benefit. Call today for details.

Dr. Trino Nuño, DDS Owner & CEO, Functional Dentist

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