Res­i­dents to re­ceive den­tal ac­cess free this week

Maryland Independent - - News -

All Mary­lan­ders will have the op­por­tu­nity this week to re­ceive the U.S. Den­tal Ac­cess (Aetna Den­tal) program at no cost. This spe­cial of­fer is be­ing made pos­si­ble by Mary­land Rx Card to bring at­ten­tion to their Rx Aware­ness Week ini­tia­tive. The Mary­land Rx Card is a free statewide pre­scrip­tion as­sis­tance program that was launched in 2009.

Mary­land res­i­dents can choose from more than 169,000 den­tal prac­tice lo­ca­tions na­tion­wide through the US Den­tal Ac­cess Program. In most in­stances, sav­ings are 15-50 per­cent off per visit. Mary­land res­i­dents sim­ply show their dis­count card at the time of ser­vice and pay the discounted fee. The program of­fers on-the-spot sav­ings with no re­fer­rals, no wait­ing pe­ri­ods and no claims to file.

Mary­land Rx Card pro­vides sig­nif­i­cant pre­scrip­tion sav­ings on brand and generic med­i­ca­tions and is ac­cepted at most phar­ma­cies across Mary­land. All Mary­land res­i­dents are el­i­gi­ble to ac­cess both pro­grams. Go to www.Mary­ to get a free den­tal and pre­scrip­tion card. All cards are pre-ac­ti­vated and can be used im­me­di­ately. The den­tal card is good for two years and the phar­macy card has no ex­pi­ra­tion date.

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