dental-benefits

Beam Teams with Angle Health to Deliver Dynamic Employee Benefits

By Matt Wilkes | Dental Insurance, Beam News, Dental Benefits | No Comments

COLUMBUS, Ohio (September 30, 2021) — Today, Beam Dental announced it is now a partner with Angle Health, a digital-first healthcare benefits provider for the modern employee. 

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Beam Dental Is Now Live in Virginia!

By Matt Wilkes | Dental Insurance, Beam News, Employee Benefits, Dental Benefits, Vision Insurance, Vision Benefits | No Comments

COLUMBUS, Ohio (July 8, 2021) — Beam Dental is glad to announce that it is now licensed to provide employee benefits in the state of Virginia.

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What Is a Waiting Period for Dental Insurance?

By Matt Wilkes | Dental Insurance, Brokers, Dental Benefits, Members, Employers | 1 Comment

When you purchase something new, you probably want to use it right away. Dental insurance doesn’t always work that way. Some plans come with a “waiting period.” What does that mean, and does Beam have a waiting period? Allow us to explain.

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Just Got Dental Insurance? Here's What to Know

By Matt Wilkes | Dental Insurance, Dental Benefits, Members | 1 Comment

So, you just signed up for dental insurance for the first time. This is an important step for keeping a healthy mouth and a bright smile! Before scheduling your first appointment with a dentist, though, it pays to learn more about your coverage. By getting familiar with insurance terminology and...

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Do Dental Benefits Roll Over From Year to Year?

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

PPO dental plans often come with annual maximums, which are just what they sound like: the maximum amount of money your plan pays for covered dental services in a benefit year. If you go over this threshold, you’d pay for any remaining services out of pocket. That said, many people don’t meet...

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4 Tips for Navigating Open Enrollment in 2020

By Matt Wilkes | Dental Insurance, Employee Benefits, Dental Benefits, Members, Vision Insurance, Open Enrollment, Group Life Benefits, Life Insurance, Vision Benefits | No Comments

It’s that time of year for many companies across the nation: open enrollment. As an employee, this is your only opportunity to select benefits for the next year (unless you have a qualifying life event), which means it’s not something to take lightly. You’ll be making crucial decisions about...

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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 | 1 Comment

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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