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What is the out-of-pocket maximum for a stand-alone dental plan?

Stand-Alone Dental Plans through Maryland Health Connection have a pediatric Out-of-Pocket Maximum of $350 for one child and $700 for two or more children.

For adult family members (older than 19), a Stand-Alone Dental Plan is not required to have a set Out-of-Pocket Maximum. Instead, most SADPs have an Annual Maximum for adult members, meaning the plan will pay out benefits only up to a certain amount. After an adult member reaches the Annual Maximum, the SADP will stop paying for dental services and procedures.