Many insurance companies structure their benefit plan on a yearly basis, which means if you don’t use your benefits before December 31, you’ll lose them for this year. That’s why it’s a good idea to have a look at your dental insurance benefit summary, and refresh your memory on what benefits are covered.
If you’re having trouble deciphering exactly what your dental insurance plan does or does not cover, please don’t hesitate to ask me. The plan explanations can sometimes be confusing, but I may be able to help clarify them for you.
If you have insurance benefits that are going to help you maintain and improve your dental health, why not take advantage of them? Dental health is linked to overall well-being, so it makes sense to ensure that your teeth, gums and mouth are professionally checked on a regular basis.