You paid for tickets months ago to see your favorite team. When game day arrives, you don’t arrive early to tailgate. You don’t go to the stadium.
You don’t even bother to watch the game on television.
Why exactly would you do that? Why would you pay for something that you aren’t going to use?
We understand that going to the dentist isn’t as fun or exciting as going to an NFL or college football game. Nevertheless, if you don’t get regular dental checkups, then you are not getting what you are paying for with your dental insurance.
At Advanced Dental Care, everyone on our team wants to keep your mouth as healthy. Yet, we can’t help if you don’t visit us. Knowing this, we strongly encourage you to take full advantage of the benefits of your dental plan before the year ends.
Don’t miss your opportunity to do something good for yourself and your smile whether you need a routine dental cleaning or a restorative treatment. Call 843-627-4076 today to make an appointment at our Florence, SC dental office.
Your Benefits Expire
If you have dental insurance, that is a good thing. You should keep in mind that the benefits that come with your coverage are tied to the calendar. Don’t lose what you have been paying for all year.
Dental plans encourage you to receive preventive care. Because of this, your plan is likely to cover all or at least part of your cleanings and exams. It is better for you, after all, to remove plaque and tartar rather than coming in only when you have a painful toothache or gum infection.
Many dental insurance plans also will assist with the cost of restorative care. Starting your treatment sooner means you will regain your healthy smile sooner, too. Don’t wait for the new year to reclaim your oral health.
If you have questions about your policy, we have an insurance specialist on staff. Let us help you better understand your insurance policies. This could include a complimentary benefits check on your behalf.
Maximize Your Benefits
The clock is running out on your benefits. Under most plans, your dental benefits are tied to the calendar year. In other words, you still have some time left to get the maximum benefit from your insurance plan.
If you haven’t scheduled a dental appointment in the past six months, then you should make sure you come in to see before you celebrate the new year. You have been paying for dental insurance all year (just look at your pay stubs). It’s time to took advantage of what it has to offer.
Our doctors are more than qualified to treat your infected tooth or replace your missing teeth. However, it is better to treat a small issue now, so you don’t develop a big problem next year.
If you know that you need restorative dentistry, talk to us to get the most coverage from your dental insurance plan. Starting treatment this year and finishing it next year could be the best thing for your smile and for your bank account.