Disability Insurance Guide for Dentists

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Why Disability Insurance?

The chance of missing months or years of work because of an injury or illness may seem remote, especially if you’re young and healthy. However, 1 in 4 people in the U.S. will suffer a disability lasting for more than a year before the age of 65. 

As a dental professional, your ability to earn a substantial income is one of your most valuable assets. Ensuring that you are financially protected in the event of a disabling injury or illness is crucial. Our expert team is here to help you find the best disability insurance tailored specifically for dentists.

How It Works

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Step 1: Request Quotes

Fill out our simple form to request personalized disability insurance quotes from top-rated insurers.

Step 2: Compare Rates

Our team will provide you with a detailed comparison of rates and coverage options tailored to your needs.

Step 3: Get Covered

Choose the best policy for your situation and secure your financial future with disability coverage. 

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Key Aspects of Disability Insurance

1. Own-Occupation Definition: This ensures that you receive benefits if you are unable to perform your specialty. 

2. Benefit Period: Choose a benefit period that provides coverage until retirement age.

3. Elimination Period: Select a waiting period that balances affordability with your ability to cover expenses in the short term.

4. Coverage Amount: Ensure your policy covers enough of your income to maintain your lifestyle and meet ongoing obligations.

5. Non-Cancellable & Guaranteed Renewable: These provisions ensure that your policy cannot be canceled, nor can premiums be increased, as long as you pay on time.

Critical Riders to Consider

1. Future Purchase Option: Allows you to increase your coverage as your income grows without needing further medical underwriting.

2. Residual or Partial Disability Rider: Provides benefits if you can work but your disability limits your earning potential. 

3. Cost of Living Adjustment (COLA) Rider:  Adjusts your benefits for inflation, ensuring your coverage remains adequate over time. 

4. Catastrophic Disability Rider: Provides additional benefits if you suffer a severe disability that requires significant extra care. 


Get Your Personalized Quote Today

Take the first step toward protecting your income and ensuring your financial stability. Submit a request for a quote today and let our experts guide you to the best disability insurance options available.