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Dental tools in office Of the 20% of health insurers who do not offer dental benefits, more than half of them are likely to offer it in the future, according to a recent study. (Photo: Shuterrstock)

The combination of dental and health insurance plans is increasing, according to a new West Monroe study, as health plans offering adult dental benefits have more than doubled since 2018. Many health plan executives prefer offering consumers a single, bundled dental/health product. Although the dental plans are administered separately–a one-product, two-premium model–given the underwriting complexity.

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