Expiring Dental Benefits – Use Them or Lose Them
You’ve paid your dental premiums all year, so take advantage of your expiring dental benefits. Unused benefits simply go away if not used by the patient. Don’t let that happen to you! Most current insurance policies expire on December 31st of this year, so your unused benefits may be lost for good.
Four Great Reasons to Use You’ve paid your dental premiums all year, so take advantage of your expiring dental benefits. Unused benefits simply go away if not used by the patient.Your Benefits Before They Expire:
1) Dental problems don’t get better over time
Remember, tooth decay doesn’t go away. It’s best to undergo treatment when minor concerns are identified. Putting off your dental care may lead to more expensive procedures later.
2) Dental procedure fees increase over time
Just as the cost of living increases, so does the cost of providing excellent care. On occasion, our fees need to be adjusted.
3) You’ve already paid your premiums
All year you’ve paid for dental benefits. If you don’t use them, you’re wasting a valuable resource.
4) Your deductible is renewing
Deductibles renew annually, just as insurance benefits renew. If you have any outstanding treatment on your treatment plan, you may be able to save the cost of next year’s deductible.
Don’t Wait Until the Last Minute
Our main priority is providing excellent care for you, and that includes helping to fully maximize your expiring dental benefits. The holiday season is fast approaching and our schedule is filling fast. However, we do still have appointments available.
Call CornerStone Dental today at (979) 968-9451 to schedule your next visit.
Dr. Karen Roberts