We have a section of that covers the topic of dental insurance, so you might read through those pages.

Generally speaking:
1) You'll want to make sure that root canal procedures are covered.
2) You'll probably want to know (compare) at what level benefits are provided. (Are root canals classified as a Major or Basic procedure?)
3)You'll need to know about other policy limitations that may apply (pre-existing donditions and wait periods, benefit maximums, deductibles, UCR fees).

Don't overlook that this page up above has information on it specifically about insurance coverage for root canal treatment.

There's a lot to know initially. But after you do, comparing policies is tedious but not that difficult.

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