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Use It Or Lose It
Published: Fall 2016
Some dental plans will offer an insurance a pool of money that they can use for any dental procedure they want as long as they stay under budget. This means if you never have cavities or need expensive treatment, you can have an extra cleaning or a tooth whitening. The other type of insurance plan is less flexible. It provides a specific amount of coverage for each individual procedure. We recommend you contact your employer or insurance company to find out which type of plan you have. And remember, while many plans won’t offer 100% coverage for everything, you and your dentist can create a pre-treatment plan. During this planning stage, your dental clinic should be able to give you a very accurate estimate of how much (if any) you’ll be paying out of pocket. You may even want to submit a predetermination form to your insurer, so you know exactly how much you’ll owe.
Get What You’re Paying For!
The Alberta economy lately isn’t doing anybody any favors. If you’re paying (or your employer is paying) for a top notch dental plan, make sure you’re squeezing out every nickel’s worth. Maybe you don’t particularly need an extra cleaning and maybe cosmetic dentistry seems unnecessary, but you’ve already paid for the care; you might as well let your smile get some pampering. After all, if you don’t use the coverage, that’s just money in the pocket of a big corporation.
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November 30th from 11:00am 2:00pm