Affordable Care

Complete Dental Coverage at Reduced Fees

Nevada Dental Health Services is a reduced fee dental plan for individuals, couples, and families. They offer patients the unique benefit of significant savings on quality dental care. Because Nevada Dental Health Services is privately owned, they are able to offer what many others cannot, namely exceptional care at reduced fees, all with the patient in mind.

Is this plan the same as dental insurance?
Nevada Dental Health Services is not insurance. It is a dental plan in which our dental providers have agreed to provide plan members with dental services at reduced fees.

Who is eligible to enroll?
Single individuals, domestic partners, married couples and their dependents are eligible. Dependents are eligible up to the age of 26 years (regardless of whether the dependent is attending school, living outside the parents’ home, or married). Membership may be continued for a dependent over the age of 26, if the dependent is incapable of self-sustaining employment by reason of developmental or physical handicap. Parents or guardians who would like to enroll children or dependents on their own plan may do so.

What if I have another dental plan?
Nevada Dental Health Services may be utilized only by those patients that do not have a dental insurance policy.

Is Specialty Care included?
Yes. Nevada Dental Health Services covers both general and specialty care, such as Endodontics and Oral Surgery.

Visit Nevada Dental Health Services

Everyone was so friendly and helpful. My cleaning was painless and quick. Great dental practice!

Scott Edwards

It was easy to get an appointment and the staff was so helpful. My teeth feel great and I'm smiling all the time.

Kelly Smith

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