We have reached the final quarter of 2021. The holiday season is just around the corner.
Believe it or not, that makes now a good time to schedule a dental checkup.
Before you are trying to decide what to do for Thanksgiving, Christmas, and New Year’s Day, schedule a visit with our team at Groth Dental in Bingham Farms, MI.
If you have dental insurance, this is particularly important. You don’t want to lose the benefits that come with your plan when the calendar changes. Call 248-965-4108 today to set up your appointment.
Receive What You Paid For
Let’s say you bought tickets to see the Lions. You know when the game is being played. You know where it’s being played. Yet, on the day of the game, you stay home. Furthermore, you don’t even watch the game on television.
Did you get what you paid for?
Look, we aren’t saying that going to the dentist is as fun or exciting as a professional football game. However, you have been paying for dental insurance all year. (Just look at your paystubs for proof.)
If you spent a year paying for a service, then you owe it to yourself to take advantage of that service. Otherwise, what exactly are you paying for?
Look at dental insurance premiums as an investment in yourself. Don’t let it go to waste.
Benefits are Tied to the Calendar
Dental insurance is not like other kinds of insurance. Your policy can change quite a bit from year to year. That also means your benefits expire when the plan year comes to an end. In a majority of cases, this coincides with the calendar year.
If you haven’t been to the dentist at least once, then you are missing out on an opportunity to protect your smile and your oral health.
Dental plans are designed to encourage preventive care. Specifics vary from provider to provider and plan to plan, but most plans will cover all or part of the cost of a cleaning and exam every year. Some even cover two cleanings.
Coming in for routine care can save you money in the long run by preventing problems or catching them in the early stages. We understand that you don’t want to get a filling. Yet, if you have a cavity, it’s better to deal with it now than to pay for a root canal next year.
Protect Your Teeth
You want to keep your teeth in your mouth, and we want to help. Don’t wait any longer to schedule your next dental appointment with us.