Dental

  • Nationwide dental network
  • Over 80,000 dentists
  • No paperwork
  • No waiting
  • No limits on visits or services
  • No age restrictions
  • Ongoing dental problems accepted
  • Can change dentists at anytime
  • Oral exams
  • X-rays
  • Teeth cleaning
  • Filings and crowns
  • Orthodontics (braces)
  • Cosmetic dentistry included
  • Specialists included, (where available)

How to find a Dentist in your area:

  1. Go to careclub24.com/providers or click here. Enter your zip code and search for in-network dentists in your area.
  2. Make an appointment with the dentist of your choice – be sure to give your active CareClub24 Member ID number to the dentist’s office when you make the appointment.
  3. Pay at the time you receive dental services – no paperwork.

To learn more, see FAQ’s…

How do I use my CareClub24 Dental Program?

  • You select the dentist of your choice in the network.
  • 15% to 80% savings on dental procedures performed by a program dentist.
  • Special savings on specialist work such as braces, oral surgery, root canals, gum treatment and children’s dental work.
  • No waiting period before you can use the program.
  • No limits to the number of visits prescribed by your dentist.
  • All ongoing dental problems are accepted except f or orthodontic treatment in progress.
  • You know the discount amount you will pay.
  • No paperwork, no insurance companies to deal with.

How to select or change a program dentist?

Dentists meet all the state board requirements for the state in which they practice. It is best to establish yourself and your family members as patients with a program dentist as soon as possible. Therefore, should you have a dental emergency you will be a patient of record. Should you need help in selecting a dentist, you may access the provider site, www.careclub24.com/providers or call Member Services at 469-229-4501 or 1-800-647-8421. We can tell you about office hours, handicapped accessibility, where the dentist went to school and other facts about the dental office.

What if I need a specialist*?

Your regular program dentist is called a general dentist and does several types of dental procedures, sometimes including treatment that is also done by a specialist. A program specialist is a dentist with an advanced degree who specializes in one area of dentistry such as root canals, braces, or oral surgery, etc. If you need special dental treatment, your program general dentist may send you to see a network specialist where you will receive reduced fees for treatment. Exception would be for orthodontics, as you may go directly to this specialist.
*All specialists may not be available in all areas.