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Dental Plan

Proper dental care not only aids in good health, but can be the key to a healthy life. Liferaft's affordable Dental Plan ensures you can easily gain access to the care you need.

Liferaft's Dental Plan provides coverage for dental expenses you or a family member may have, including preventive services such as dental exams and cleanings, basic services such as fillings, and major services such as oral surgery. Plan pricing varies by state but starts at $19/month.

What does Liferaft's Dental Plan cover?

The following may be covered up to 100% by your Dental Plan with a low-cost deductible, depending on the plan you select.

Your coverage begins next-day with no waiting periods on dental insurance plans. A deductible may apply for coverage.

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Exams & Cleanings

Preventive Care


Root Canals



Hearing Care

Why should I have Dental coverage?

Good dental hygiene not only helps you look your best, but it also prevents cavities, gum disease, and other oral health problems. Poor oral health is linked to heart disease, stroke, diabetes, and other serious health conditions.

Liferaft's affordable and straightforward Dental Plan makes it easy to take care of your teeth and stay healthy.

1 in 4

1 in 4 adults ages 20 to 64 currently has at least one cavity.1


Percentage of adults ages 30 or older have signs of gum disease.2

$0 billion

Dollars lost in productivity due to dental disease each year on average.3

Access a Nationwide Provider Network

The Ameritas Dental Network is one of the nation's largest. When you visit in-network providers, you save between 25-50% on your out-of-pocket costs. Plus, it's easy to search the Ameritas online portal for an in-network provider near you.

You can visit any dentist, in- or out-of-network. Use Ameritas' dental cost estimator to find average procedure charges in your area.

The estimates do not include network discounts or plan benefits.


IMPORTANT NOTICE: Coverage under the policy does not constitute comprehensive health insurance coverage (a/k/a/ "major medical insurance"). It therefore does not satisfy the "minimum essential coverage" requirements of the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act. Coverage will not satisfy the individual responsibility requirements of section 5000A of the Internal Revenue Code.