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Tuesday, May 24, 2016

Enroll for dental discount card

CHESTERTOWN — Marylanders have the opportunity May 22 to 29 to enroll in the U.S. Dental Access program, also known as Aetna Dental, at no cost.

This special offer is being made possible by Maryland Rx Card to bring attention to their Rx Awareness Week initiative. The Maryland Rx Card is a free statewide prescription assistance program that was launched in 2009.

“It is our mission to help Marylanders. Many families are struggling with the rise of health care costs and we are thrilled to offer new programs to help them,” said John Cenerazzo, program director for Maryland Rx Card.

Maryland residents can choose from more than 169,000 dental practice locations nationwide through the U.S. Dental Access program. The program offers on-the-spot savings with no referrals, no waiting periods and no claims to file. In most instances, savings are 15 to 50 percent per visit. Residents show the card at the time of service and pay the discounted fee.



Anonymous said...

Dental and medical should be rolled into a single coverage. Those with no teeth can be excused from coverage.

Anonymous said...

At list my friend George can get some much needed work done. Great program. Thanks

Anonymous said...

Read the information on these "discount plans" will have a VERY hard time finding participating dental providers on the Eastern Shore.