Frequently asked questions
Similar to other subscription services such as Netflix or Amazon Prime, a Kleer dental membership plan allows patients to pay a monthly or annual fee directly to their dentist and in return receive preventative care and discounts off of other treatment. Based on data from our practices, Kleer membership plan patients visit 2-3x more often than uninsured patients and accept 2x the treatment.
A dental membership plan is a direct agreement between a patient and their dentist, with no insurance middleman in the way. Unlike traditional dental insurance, dentists design the treatment plan, set the subscription price, and control the fee schedule. There are no deductibles, waiting periods, annual maximums, denials of claims, or pre-approvals. A dental membership plan puts dentists in control, lowering cost and administration burden. As a result, dentists can pass savings to their patients.
It is simpler than ever to implement a Kleer membership plan through our convenient and fast process—plus, it’s 100% free. The first step is to schedule a live, online demo with a Kleer sales representative. If you decide to move forward, a Kleer onboarding specialist will help you design and price your plan and then train your team on the platform. After your membership plan is launched, patients can sign up from any device in 1-2 minutes and have immediate access to their benefits. To ensure your success, a Kleer growth specialist will routinely evaluate your plan and help you develop strategies to enroll more members.
Dental membership plans are designed by dentists based on local patient demographics, treatment preferences, and economics, so costs can vary. On average, patients on the Kleer platform pay $30 a month or $360 a year for preventative care including cleanings, exams, x-rays, fluoride treatments, and an emergency visit. They also save 10-25% off of other procedures and receive a 5-10% discount for adding additional family members to their plan.