Dental, vision, and hearing insurance may not be a major form of medical coverage, but it is a mighty form of ancillary coverage, helping to make to routine visits to special doctors and dentists affordable for thousands of Americans. Many of us grow up with dental and vision coverage through a parent, then switch to employer plans once we leave the nest. However, not everyone has access to coverage through a parent or employer, especially seniors left to (sometimes unknowingly) fend for themselves after they retire. This creates a huge market opportunity for insurance agents that is often overlooked!
This is a companion discussion topic for the original entry at https://agentsurvivalguide.com/4-steps-to-selling-dental-vision-and-hearing-insurance