Bud Wise looks every inch like the man that he envisioned himself to be when he was still seven. Tall, lean and slightly muscular, his body is paired with a face that's framed by slightly wavy hair. Short stubbles on his beard area give him a sort of rugged cowboy look.
By all accounts, Bud has the makings of a male model except... Well,except for his teeth. Having smoked for so long, the cigarette stains on his teeth are undeniably visible. It could be one reason why Bud is contenting himself with repairing cars at a mechanics shop in Chicago. But we could be wrong. But we're definitely right when we say that Bud definitely needs dental insurance.
With all that compacted stain on his teeth, we seriously doubt a single trip to the dentist can give him the pearly whites. He needs more dental trips than the average, and he needs dental insurance so he won't feel the pain in his pockets when he regularly visits the dentist.
Bud will not have any acceptable excuse not to get dental insurance. For one thing, he really needs dental insurance. For another, dental insurance is not that hard to get. Although his employer does not facilitate voluntary dental insurance among its employees, Bud can get dental insurance for himself with individual-based dental insurance.
Here's another thing why Bud can't get away from getting a dental insurance plan: a dental insurance plan is plain cheap. Hence the buzz on cheap dental insurance.
https://naaip.org/health-insurance/directory swears it - dental insurance is cheap. We know it because we've been providing this cheap stuff to millions of Americans since our birth in the 1960s. ( this site is actually just the on-line wing of Eagle Dental Insurance.)
We have dental insurance plans that are individual-based as well as employer-based. We also have dental discount plans and dental-vision plans. These types of dental insurance gives plan holders deep discounts on most dental procedures or, if not, reimburses them on their out-of-pocket dental expenses.
So you see, Bud definitely has no reason not to have dental insurance.