HealthPartners, a company that offers health care solutions to dental professionals, has released a new health care plan that is designed to reduce the amount of time people spend waiting for dental care.
The plan, which is designed for people with pre-existing conditions and other health issues, is available through HealthPartner.com.
The company says that a typical dental visit is 15 minutes.
The health plan is not available in every state, but the company says it is available to most Americans.
The idea behind the plan is to encourage people to seek care for dental issues when they are at home and to get appointments when needed.
People can also apply for the plan online and it can be paid for through their insurance plan.
The coverage covers dental services for free.
HealthPartions CEO and co-founder, Dr. Susan G. Karp, told Business Insider that HealthParting will also help people find a new dentist and will be offering new services.
She said that people can apply for coverage online and be reimbursed by their insurance.
“The coverage for dental services is available in many places in the country and will begin to be rolled out nationwide,” Karp said.
“If you are at a health care facility and you don\’t know the location of your nearest dental office, HealthPartings can help you get a referral.”
The health care plans are designed to help dental professionals who are experiencing financial difficulty find an affordable dental solution.
The companies goal is to help those who can afford it.
It is not known how many people may be covered.
Karsa D. Zegar, a health insurance expert at the National Health and Social Policy Institute in Washington, D.C., told Business Wire that the companies plans will help people with limited income, but said that it will not provide health insurance for people who can pay.
She also said that those people will need to consider other options.
“Many of these people may have health issues that require treatment in the community, such as heart problems, diabetes, or other serious conditions,” she said.