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25Oct2016

Don’t Let Your Insurance Benefits Go To Waste!

THE END OF THE YEAR IS approaching fast! Before year’s end, our team wants to remind you to take a look at your dental insurance benefits!

Insurance Benefits Typically Don’t Roll Over To Next Year

Each year your dental insurance company probably gives you a maximum amount of available benefits. Since those benefits don’t typically roll over into the following year, you’ll want to contact us now to get your appointment scheduled!

We all know how it is, once the holiday season is upon us—hectic! Life can get really busy and some things fall between the cracks. So remember that your dental health needs your attention too—not just for the sake of your teeth, but for your overall health. If you’re due (or overdue) for an appointment, make sure to talk to our office. Take advantage of those dental insurance benefits before time is up!

It’s Important To Remember…

Remember that dental problems don’t get better over time. By delaying treatment, you may be opening the door for more extensive treatment to be needed in the future. What may be a simple cavity now can turn into a root canal or extraction down the road. Treat your teeth with care now, and they will thank you for it in the long run.

You have paid your insurance premiums all year–you have EARNED your dental benefits, do not let them slip away before your remaining benefits expire at year’s end. Visit us at www.pvpd.com.

Do you have any questions about your dental insurance benefits or are interested in finding out if you have any remaining benefits for the year? Call us at 623-535-7873! We will be happy to schedule your child’s appointment with us at Palm Valley Pediatric Dentistry.

Thank you for your loyalty!

The content on this blog is not intended to be a substitute for professional medical advice, diagnosis, or treatment. Always seek the advice of qualified health providers with questions you may have regarding medical conditions.

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