The Fulton County Board of Commissioners and the Department of Health and Wellness is offering to Fulton County residents the: National Association of County Officials Dental Discount Program. This program provides residents with discounts on certain dental services and procedures when using an approved dental provider. Information on the Dental Discount Program is available at the county’s health centers, public libraries and senior centers. Residents can also call 1-877-354-6226 for more information.
This is a pilot program being offered by NACO (National Association of County Officials) to provide significant savings on dental care for uninsured and under insured residents. The Commissioners of Fulton County are proud to be members of this program, and in light of these economic times, the commissioners believe this program will assist the uninsured and underinsured of Fulton County in maintaining good dental health. They are confident residents will see the benefits of this program and will utilize the services it provides.
The dental program is not insurance and is not a Medicare Prescription Drug Plan. It is strictly a discount program. Residents that sign up will receive a membership card, a list of participating providers and a list of services that are covered by the program. There is no age limit, income restrictions, or pre-existing health coverage restrictions. The membership is for one year and can be renewed annually. There are no restrictions on the number of times during the year a member can use the card to receive discounts on dental services. The membership card can be used nationwide as long as the member uses a participating provider.
To join, a person can pay a onetime annual fee or can make monthly payments. The cost of membership is:
Annual billing $59 Single $69 Family
Monthly billing $6.95 Single $8.95 Family
For more information about this program and/or to register, please call the NACO membership toll free number: (877) 354-6226. Spread the word to family, friends and neighbors. In these difficult times, when many residents are uninsured or underinsured, help in maintaining their or their children’s dental health is welcomed.