Quote Originally Posted by Juniper View Post
Ohhh right. Well in the US, nothing is free unless you’re an executive and have absolutely amazing insurance, which of course you still pay premiums for automatically from every paycheck. The best insurance I ever had was a $100 deductible for the year (on top of premiums), after which all further costs would be free. My company stopped offering it to most employees after awhile, because they realized it was too generous in the first place to give the best insurance to everyone.

But yes, if you have dental insurance, cleanings are considered basic care, at least once a year. Some allow more frequent cleanings, and the “copay” ($ you owe for each treatment) varies from plan to plan.

Clear as mud, right?
I was just curious.. :-)