When I was a consultant and would present a client with a higher than expected medical renewal - which unfortunately was more the norm than not - one of the first things an employer would do was to consider lowering, or forgoing altogether, its contribution to employees' dental benefits.
The rationale in doing this was to save employer contribution dollars on dental and be able to use those toward the increase in medical costs, keeping the increase to employees' medical contributions at a lower rate.
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