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Baby dental care for a three year old

Tuesday, May. 17th 2011 10:50 AM

Baby dental care for a three year old.  Where can I take my son for low cost dental care?  I do not have much money and do not receive any dental benefits though my job.   He should be seeing a dentist but the few place I called are really costly.  What can I do to get affordable dental care for my three year old?

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2 Comments on “Baby dental care for a three year old”

  1. Suzanne Says:

    One sure way to help get affordable dental care is buy buying a dental insurance plan. Many people do not receive dental benefits though their jobs. But you can buy dental insurance for you and your child.

    In most state we offer low cost dental plans that may fit into your budget. I suggest reviewing the dental insurance plan we have to offer. All you need to do is enter you zip code in the quote box provided.

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  2. Jane Says:

    Beside getting dental insurance or a dental discount plan that will help you save money on your son’s dental care needs.

    You may want to see if you have any local dental school or dental clinics. These are places you can normally go to for lower cost dental care.

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