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Beam Introduces Innovative, Prevention-Focused Brush Bucks Dental Plan

By Matt Wilkes | Dental Insurance, Beam News, Brokers, dental plan, Dental Benefits, Employers | No Comments

COLUMBUS, Ohio (October 21, 2020) — Beam Dental, one of the fastest-growing dental benefits providers in the country, has unveiled its new Brush Bucks plan designed to save employers and members money while providing fully covered preventative care.*

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Your Company's Guide to Conducting a Virtual Open Enrollment

By Matt Wilkes | Employee Benefits, Dental Benefits, Open Enrollment, Employers | No Comments

The ongoing pandemic has brought on numerous challenges and changes for businesses, forcing them to adopt digital-first approaches and remote work. As many companies continue to work from home, an important period of the year will be impacted: open enrollment.

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What Small Businesses Are Looking For in Employee Benefits

By Matt Wilkes | Dental Insurance, Brokers, Employee Benefits, Dental Benefits, Open Enrollment | No Comments

Q4 will be here before you know it, which means small and mid-sized businesses across the country will be selecting benefits for 2021. As brokers prepare for the busiest time of year, preparation is key to being a trusted advisor — and that means understanding clients’ needs to determine what’s...

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What's a Missing Tooth Clause?

By Matt Wilkes | Dental Insurance, Brokers, Dental Benefits, Members, Employers | No Comments

Whether you’re an HR professional shopping for dental coverage or a broker preparing clients for open enrollment, it’s important to have a strong understanding of the available plans. Nearly all plans have limitations, and learning more about them can help you make the best decision for your...

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3 Tips for Choosing a Dental Benefits Plan

By Matt Wilkes | Dental Insurance, Dental Benefits, Members | No Comments

Visiting the dentist regularly is crucial to keeping your mouth healthy and your teeth shining brightly. But those visits can get pricey on their own. Fortunately, many employers offer dental benefits that can alleviate the financial burden of oral care. If your company’s open enrollment is...

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Why Dental Benefits Are Important for College Students

By Matt Wilkes | Dental Insurance, Dental Benefits, Members, Dental Health | No Comments

Going to college brings about many new challenges, whether it’s adjusting to a studying routine, an unfamiliar city, or newfound independence. On top of that, many students have to learn how to manage finances, too. From tuition and books to groceries, college has many expenses that you probably...

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MAC vs. UCR Dental Plans: What's the Difference?

By Matt Wilkes | Dental Insurance, Brokers, Dental Benefits, Members, Employers | No Comments

You go to schedule an appointment with your dentist only to find out they’re not in-network with Beam. What now? Don’t stress — you can still visit your provider of choice! While staying in-network is often the most cost-effective option, you can still affordably visit an out-of-network dentist....

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How Staying In-Network With Beam Helps You Save Money

By Matt Wilkes | Dental Insurance, Dental Benefits, Members | 2 Comments

When you schedule an appointment with your dental provider, one of your first questions will probably be: “How much will it cost?” We get it, and we’re here to help you understand your dental benefits a little bit better.

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Beam Partners With Employee Navigator to Simplify Benefits Management

By Matt Wilkes | Beam News, Employee Benefits, Dental Benefits | 1 Comment

COLUMBUS, Ohio (Feb. 3, 2020) — Beam Dental, an emerging leader in dental benefits, has announced a new partnership with Employee Navigator, an all-in-one benefits, human resources, and compliance software provider for brokers, carriers, and HR professionals.

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New to Dental Benefits? Here's Your Glossary of Common Terminology

By Matt Wilkes | Dental Insurance, Dental Benefits, Members | No Comments

When you’re new to dental benefits, you’ll likely get a lot of new and unfamiliar terminology thrown your way. It may seem like a complex, overwhelming amount of information right now, but don’t worry — it’s not as complicated as it appears.

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