Sink Your Teeth into Dental Plans that Fit the Bill

Not only is your dental health important for keeping your pearly whites dazzling and decay free, but the condition of your mouth can also affect the health of your body. Researchers have discovered that periodontal (gum) disease is linked to a number of other illnesses including heart disease, diabetes, osteoporosis, and rheumatoid arthritis.


Here at The Glen Dental in San Jose, California, Aman Bhullar, DMD, and our staff of dental professionals provide a wide range of general, restorative, and cosmetic dental services using the most up-to-date techniques and innovative technology available. The team also focuses on prevention of tooth-and-gum issues, recognizing that fewer dental problems lead to healthier patients.


Dental care, though, can make a serious dent in your wallet if you’re not prepared, and the cost of services can prevent some patients from coming in to see us even when they’re having a serious problem. That’s not healthy for you, and it’s not good for us.


To help mitigate the costs, The Glen Dental has teamed up with Kleer, Inc. to offer The Glen Dental Membership Plan. It’s not insurance  and it’s not part of the Affordable Care Act, but it’s a direct payment arrangement with our office for services, products, and care that we provide.


Since we offer this plan directly to you, we cut out the middleman — and his cost. You don’t have to worry about copays, deductibles, claims denials, pre-approvals, or annual maximums. And there’s no wait time — as soon as you sign up, you’re eligible to begin using your benefits.

What plans are available?

We offer three separate plans:

1. Child Complete (ages 0-13)

The Child Complete plan costs $28/month, or $336/year, which adds up to a savings of $577 off our normal fees. The plan includes the following services:


2. Adult Complete (ages 14+)

The Adult Complete plan costs $33/month, or $396/year, which adds up to a savings of $499 off our normal fees. The plan includes the following services:


3. Perio (ages 14+)

The Perio plan costs $60/month, or $720/year, which adds up to a savings of $730 off our normal fees. The plan includes the following services:



In addition, all plans come with a 5% subscription discount for family members and 10% off other procedures completed at our practice. All of our oral care services (cleanings, exams, X-rays) include a 30-day money back guarantee. 


You can also receive a full refund up to 30 days after purchase if you have not used any of the plan’s services.


All membership plans run for 12 months, and they include an auto renewal feature. You receive an email reminder about renewal a month and a half before it’s due, and you can opt out at any time.

What isn’t covered?

All of our plans cover general dental procedures performed in our office. None of the plans cover procedures performed by specialists outside our practice such as endodontists, oral surgeons, pediatric dentists, periodontists, and prosthodontists.


In addition, we ask for payment for treatments not included in the membership plan at the time of service.


Is the cost of your dental care emptying your wallet? Not to worry. The Glen Dental is committed not only to giving you excellent service, but also to providing you with excellent membership plans that take the bite out of dental costs. 

To learn more about our practice, contact us at 408-816-1008 or send us a message online. To enroll in one of our membership plans and enjoy your benefits right from the start, visit our enrollment page. We look forward to seeing your smile in our office.

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