No. 7: Pediatric care
This is also the time to get your kids' health care needs addressed. Before reform, fewer than 12 percent of children hadn't visited a doctor in a year, according to the White House. Now, not only must plans cover routine pediatric care such as wellness visits, vaccines and immunizations, but they must also offer vision and dental care for children under the age of 19. Your child can receive annual eye exams and corrective lenses, along with orthodontia that's considered medically necessary.