Why You Should Get That Dental Crown You Need Before the End of the Year!

November 18, 2020

Filed under: Uncategorized — disting_user @ 7:46 pm
Closeup of dental crown

Did your last routine dental checkup end with a recommendation to get a dental crown? If so, and you’re feeling a little pinch in your wallet, you may be thinking of postponing treatment to save money. However, doing so can cost you even more in the short and long-term! With this in mind, a dentist in Keller shares three reasons not to put it off.

#1. Utilize Your Remaining Insurance Benefits

Although dental plans vary from one person to the next, many of them are similar in that they reset in January. Therefore, if your deductible is already met or you have a remaining annual maximum, you may still have benefits available. To prevent your coverage from turning into wasted dollars on December 31st, schedule your dental crown appointment before the new year.

#2. Save Your Teeth (& Wallet) From More Costly Treatments

Try as you may, your teeth and gums cannot heal on their own. Neglecting to seek treatment when your dentist first recommends it can quickly wreak havoc on your oral health. In fact, getting a dental crown can save you from spending thousands on an extraction and tooth replacement! So, you end up saving more in the long run by scheduling your appointment sooner rather than later.

#3. Use Your FSA Dollars for Out-of-Pocket Expenses

A Flexible Spending Account allows employees to set aside a portion of their paycheck for medical-related expenses that arise throughout the year. Since there are typically restrictions that prevent this employer-sponsored benefit from carrying over year after year, utilize the residual balance to cover out-of-pocket expenses for your dental crown. That way, the money can go toward its intended use: taking care of your oral and overall health!

A dental crown can effectively restore the function and aesthetic of your smile for years to come. Plus, it can save you a significant amount of money if you schedule your appointment before your dental insurance plan resets. With this in mind, make sure to schedule your visit with your dentist today!

About the Author

Dr. Sheri McIntosh’s practice, Distinguished Dental, is where state-of-the-art dentistry and old-fashioned values collide. She and her team have years of experience working with dental insurance companies and are in-network with many of the nation’s leading providers. So, you can get the dental care you need while simultaneously maximizing your benefits! If you have a question about your coverage or would like to schedule an appointment, visit her website or give her a call at 817-337-8300.

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