Halloween is almost here and that means full speed ahead through the holidays right through the end of the year. Things start to get busy for most families this time of year and that can mean that important appointments like dental and medical check-ups get put on the back burner.
Take Advantage of Your Dental Insurance
Did you know that most people’s dental insurance turns over after the first of January and that your benefits do not carry over? Because insurance companies depend on profitability, they would like nothing more than to see you let your benefits go to waste by not filing any claims.
Either you or your employer are paying good money for your dental insurance, so it might surprise you to learn that most Americans never use their full benefits during a given year. You’re essentially throwing money out the window and letting your benefits expire.
Additionally, skipping appointments can cause serious dental conditions that cause larger out-of-pocket payments and more time in the chair later. Simple preventative appointments go a long way toward keeping you healthy.
If you or anyone in your family has outstanding treatment, now is the time to follow through. We can help you to maximize your dental benefits, plan treatment, and help you get the most out of your dental insurance. We take almost all types of dental insurance and we can estimate pretty accurately what your out-of-pocket expenses will be.
Don’t wait until December to schedule your treatment. Because everyone is racing to use their benefits for the year, we fill up quickly. The sooner you call, the better chance we have of getting you in at a time that is convenient for you. Even preventative appointments like dental exams, x-rays, and teeth cleaning appointments fill up quickly.
Get in Touch with Our Fayetteville, AR Office
We encourage you to call us right away to schedule. We look forward to supporting your health by providing you with outstanding dental care.
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