What does "full dental" mean here? Is it "full dental coverage insurance"? and is it still understandable even though it's shortened?
Yes, it does mean full dental insurance. This means that all of your dentist visits are covered by insurance. It is still understandable to any American if you say "full dental." In the United States, insurance is complicated, and sometimes even quite an expensive necessity. A way to get health insurance in the United States is through your job. Many companies do not provide dental insurance. This means that many Americans have to pay for their dental visits themselves, without the aid of insurance. This is quite expensive and many Americans look for jobs that provide dental insurance. Ex: Her job provided many benefits: health insurance, full dental insurance, and life insurance! Ex: He wants a job with full dental insurance.
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