Money doesn’t grow on trees. If it did, people would be able to pay for the needs they have without a problem! These days, it’s not uncommon to hear the…

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Discover How High Rent Rates Can Damage Teeth

Money doesn’t grow on trees. If it did, people would be able to pay for the needs they have without a problem! These days, it’s not uncommon to hear the phrase, “Money is tight.” This means that people have to prioritize what to spend their money on. For example: The choice between paying their high rent rates and paying for dental care.

1. How Are High Rents Bad for Teeth?

High Rent Rates_ZillowIn a recent analysis by Zillow, results showed that 40% of households have cut out dental care from their budget because they either couldn’t afford it or they needed the money to go toward paying rent. Take a look at the infographic to the right, illustrating the areas of health care that have been overlooked in order to pay the rent.

As rent rates have increased, dental health care – and overall health care – has decreased. Families essentially have to choose between two important things: Paying the rent or keeping up with their dental health.

The problem is that when dental health gets neglected, it usually worsens and gets more expensive. Without proper treatment, a dental condition can end up posing a serious health risk that costs more money to fix than a simple routine appointment.

2. How Can We Fix the Problem?

What’s the Solution?

Is there a solution that will allow money for dental care, yet also make sure rent bills get paid? The short answer: Yes, dental plans!

Here’s some context: 1Dental isn’t just another company trying to pitch something at you simply to get your money. At 1Dental, we want to save you money. In the long run, our dental plans ultimately work to save you hundreds of dollars.

How Does It Work?

You can buy one of our discount dental plans at an affordable price with a yearly or monthly payment – whichever one works best for your situation. After that, go to a dentist in our network who offers reduced rates on every dental procedure you need. (Click here to check out the estimated reduced rates for your area. Just enter your zip code in the search box.)

And, voila! You have started your journey of saving money on dental care while continuing to take care of important rental bills. Congratulations.

How Do I Sign Up?

All you need to do is visit our plans page to choose the plan that works for you. After that, just click Join Now to start the process. If you’d prefer to sign up over the phone – or if you have questions – give us a call at 800-372-7615. Our staff would love to hear from you and answer any questions you have.

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Katie is 1Dental’s copywriter and social media marketer. She aims to promote dental health through new blog posts and social media updates and outreach. Katie has completed her bachelor’s degree in Liberal Studies. You’ll find her posting regularly on 1Dental’s social pages: Facebook, Google+, Twitter and Pinterest.

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