ANOTHER YEAR IS COMING to a close, and that means another year of insurance benefits is about to expire. If you haven’t taken advantage of your dental insurance yet, that’s okay, but the year is almost over, so the time to use them is now. To help you prepare, we’ve put together some information about how dental insurance works at our practice.
Dental Insurance And Orthodontic Treatment
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Do You Have Compatible Insurance?
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Getting Everything Done On Time
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If It’s Been A While, Let’s Chat!
If you have more questions regarding your insurance and how to use it, just stop by! We can answer all the questions you have and get you on the right path to affordable orthodontic treatment! And even if your dental insurance doesn’t cover orthodontics, you should still schedule an appointment with your dentist to make the most of your benefits.
Take advantage of those benefits while there’s still time!
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