Dental Insurance Benefits: Use it or Lose it! | Precision Dental
Have you used all of your dental insurance benefits for this year?
At the end of each year, many people miss out on scheduling their necessary dental treatment before the end of the year.
Unfortunately, dental insurance benefit dollars don’t roll over into the following year, which, in turn, leads to a significant waste of your valuable benefits payments.
In other words, when it comes to dental benefits, if you don’t use them, you lose them!
Remember that dental insurance companies save big each year when people don’t use the total dollar amount of your coverage plan. Don’t let this be you!
Reasons To Use Your Dental Benefits Now!
Dental insurance plans have an annual maximum they are willing to pay within a calendar year. If you need any restorative treatments, it makes sense to take advantage of these unused benefits since they don’t roll over into the following year.
The deductible is the amount of out-of-pocket expenses you pay your dentist before your insurance company pays for any services. As soon as 2022 arrives, your plan requires you to meet that deductible all over again.
Another reason to use your dental benefits before the year ends is possible fee increases. Most of these fees increases occur at the beginning of the year.
Don’t Lose Your Dental Insurance Benefits: Use Them Today!
For most insurance plans, as of January 1, 2022, you will again be required to pay 100% of your yearly insurance deductible before your insurance provider pays any dental benefits.
Now is the perfect time to achieve the smile you’ve always wanted and seize the dental dollars you deserve!
If you have dental insurance, take a year-end check of your plan and see if you can set it to work for you. It really is a “use it or lose it” proposition. Don’t lose it.
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