Plan on coming into our office before the end of the year if you have dental insurance. You might not realize it, but time is running out with your dental benefits.
You do have time to:
- Protect your oral health
- Utilize all of your benefits
- Get back what you’ve already paid for
Make plans for a check-up at Drew Family Dentistry in Bend, OR before your calendar fills up for the upcoming holiday season. Call 281-720-3163 right now to book an appointment. Don’t wait any longer to contact us!
Maintain Your Oral Health
This year, take advantage of your dental insurance. Sure, you should be brushing and flossing daily, but that’s not enough. Take advantage of those professional cleanings as well. Why? The Centers for Disease Control reports that 25 percent of adults under 64 years old have an untreated cavity. Plus, a majority of people will develop a periodontal infection during their lives. It’s much better to catch the problem early. That means less invasive solutions for you. Don’t wait for pain to become an issue.
Receive Your Benefits Now
To encourage you to come in for routine treatments, your dental provider more than likely will assist with or cover the cost of your routine visits. Regular cleanings and exams can make a big difference in keeping your mouth in good shape.
At the same time, dental plans are usually are good for a limited time. In many instances, that time is limited to the calendar year. The benefits offered by your plan can vary from year to year even if your employer renews dental coverage with the same provider. Knowing this, you should not want to postpone your next dental appointment. By waiting, you are not getting the full benefits that your plan provides.
Don’t Delay – See Your Dentist!
If you have dental insurance, use it! You’ve already paid for it with your monthly payments. Visit your dentist every six months for routine checkups. You can save money and your smile in many ways. After all, a dental cleaning and exam today can reduce your risk of gum disease, tooth infections, and tooth loss down the road.