Dental Benefits – Use Them Now. Time is Running Out!

Many dental benefits come with a yearly maximum. Your maximum benefit is a set maximum dollar amount a dental plan will pay toward the cost of dental care within a specific benefit period (usually January through December). Any leftover services that aren’t used by the end of the year will not roll over to the next year—they’re lost.

Are you familiar with how your dental benefits work?

We want to encourage you to visit Century Stone Dental one more time before this year is over. In one final visit, you can make sure you’re getting the most out of your remaining dental benefits. Maybe you just need one more checkup before the year is out, or maybe you need a specific service– by seeing us now, we can help you make decisions about how to use what’s left of your dental benefits. Not sure what your provider’s policy is? Contact your dental benefits and find out what remaining benefits you have for the year.

Why visit us regularly?

Regular dental visits are key in our suggested preventative health plan. Regular visits deep clean your teeth, removing stains and tartar build up that is difficult to remove at home. They also allow for your dental records to be updated, allow staff to monitor your mouth for any changes (slight and major) and give you the chance to ask your dentist any questions about your teeth. If you have invested a lot of time and money into restoring your teeth, seeing us regularly will protect that investment and keep your mouth healthy.

So go ahead, use those dental benefits! Make your appointment to see our Hamilton dental team of top professionals and enter the holiday season worry-free with a fresh, clean smile!

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