Dental, Vision, & Hearing
Benefits that make sense.

 

Coverage you can count on.

Dental, Vision, and Hearing insurance from ManhttanLife is designed to meet as many needs outside of standard medical insurance as possible. It provides coverage at the dentist as well as vision and hearing benefits for things like contact lenses, hearing aids, eye exams, and more. You choose if your annual benefit is $1,000 or $1,500 and your annual deductible is just $100 per person.

DENTAL STATISTICS

1 in 4

More than 1 in 4 adults in the U.S. (26%) have untreated tooth decay.1

80%

More than 80% of Americans have had at least one cavity by age 34.2

$124B

The nation spends more than $124 billion on costs related to dental care each year.2

 

PLAN BENEFITS

Choose your own dentist (additional savings may be available if dentist is in Careington Network)
Family rates (includes a maximum of 3 children)
Individual 18 - 85
Vision benefitsA
Intensive Care Unit
Transportation
Hearing benefitsB
$1,000 - $1,500 policy year benefit option available

 

 

PRODUCT FEATURES

Preventive services: semi-annual exams, cleaning and x-rays
Basic services: fillings and extractions (other than “full mouth”)
Guaranteed issue
Guaranteed renewable for lifeC

 

HIDDEN COSTS OF DENTAL

65M

Nearly 65 million American adults have some form of periodontal disease.3

2X

People with periodontal disease are twice as likely to develop heart disease.3

$45B

More than $45 billion in productivity is lost in the U.S. to unplanned, emergency dental care each year.2

 

Benefit exclusions and limitations may apply to the policy. For additional information about dental, vision and hearing insurance or any of our other quality products, please contact us or your ManhattanLife Agent or Broker.

APercentage of Basic eye exam or eye refraction, including the cost of eye glasses or contact lenses after 6 month waiting period. BPercentage of Exam, hearing aid, and necessary repairs or supplies after 12 month waiting period. CSubject to our right to change premiums.

Sources for statistics: 1Centers for Disease Control and Prevention; 2cdc.gov/oralhealth/basics; 3authoritydental.org