September 1, 2018
You’ve heard the phrase “window of opportunity” before. You understand that it means you have a limited time to do something.
What does it have to do with general dentistry? A lot if you have dental insurance.
You are always welcome to visit the office of Hugh B. Rosenblatt, DMD, but if you have dental insurance, then you likely have a limited time to take advantage of those benefits.
We want you to get the care and treatment that you are already paying for. If you have not yet scheduled a dental cleaning and exam, you can still schedule one before the end of the year.
Call 561-877-3802 today to set up an appointment at our Boynton Beach, FL office.
Benefits Are Good, But Only If You Use Them
We work with many dental insurance companies and plans. The specifics of what is covered by different companies and policies can vary quite a bit (be sure to check your plan for details).
But nearly all dental policies are set up to encourage you to get preventive care.
Coincidentally, this is something we encourage our patients to do, regardless of whether you have insurance or not. Routine dental check-ups (along with a consistent daily routine of brushing and flossing) can save you from problems that are more serious, problems that require more invasive and more expensive treatments.
Whether your policy covers the full cost or most of the cost of a cleaning, you have to sit in a dental chair for us to help. If you think about it, you are already paying for this. Your dental premiums are taken out of each paycheck you receive.
Think of it this way, if you bought a ticket to see a concert, then you didn’t go to that concert, your window of opportunity to use your ticket would be closed before you could go through it. Thankfully, that window stays upon longer for dental care. Don’t let it close before you get to use it.
A Little Now Can Save a Lot Later
Taking a little time twice a year for professional dental cleanings can save you a lot of time (and money) down the road.
During your appointment, we remove tartar and plaque that often leads to decay and gum infections. If you already have cavities or periodontal disease, we would rather take care of it today, when it’s in the early stages.
This is easier on you and your bank account than a root canal or gum surgery would be.
If you are among the many people who don’t have dental insurance because you are retired, self-employed, or your employer does not offer this as a benefit, we can help you manage the cost of care, too. We accept a variety of payment options, including cash, checks, credit cards, and debit cards.
You also can get help financing your treatment with CareCredit services.
Keep Your Healthy Smile
You want to keep your teeth healthy, and you want to feel good about sharing your smile. We want to keep your free of cavities, gum disease, and more serious problems.