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Now Is the Time to Use Your 2021 Benefits

November 18, 2021
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Do you have dental insurance, or possibly a health savings account? If so, then you have benefits and funds that could expire unless used before the end of December. This is why your Kansas City, MO, dentist would like to give you a chance to use these before they’re gone and start 2022 with a strong and healthy smile.

Your Dental Insurance and Health Savings Benefits

For people carrying dental insurance coverage, their benefits will expire at midnight on December 31st unless used. There could then be a waiting period in 2022 before their new ones become available to use. If there is a health savings account, then there is a chance that the fund you accrued will expire at the end of December too. Instead of losing these, why not use them to improve the health and beauty of your smile? To start, give us a call. We will schedule a time to see you before the hectic holiday season starts, and we will help you navigate your coverage to find out what is available to use. Now is a great time to ensure you end the year with a better smile!

Treatment Starts With an Exam

To see what issues may need to be addressed, we will examine your smile with digital X-rays and intraoral camera technology. The images we gather allow us to take a close look at your teeth, gums, roots, jaw, and even your oral structures too. These images mean we can examine your smile with accuracy and precision, and discuss the current state of your oral health chairside. We will then plan your treatment with precision and accuracy, helping you obtain a stronger and healthier smile, one you can’t wait to show the world.

Moving Forward With Smile Improvement

For those with preventive issues, from sleep apnea and TMJ disorder to bruxism and gingivitis, we could recommend oral appliance technology and deep cleanings. We also have the care to address tooth decay and infection, or even damaged teeth, such as fillings, root canals, and lifelike dental crowns. For those with esthetic issues, cosmetic dentistry could allow us to brighten your smile, reshape malformed teeth, repair damage, or even close embarrassing gaps between the teeth. We can also address tooth loss with dental implants, using them to secure bridges and dentures as well. If you have any questions or if you would like to schedule a visit, then contact our team today.

Do You Have Questions About Improving Your Smile?

We want to help you navigate your benefit and receive care before the year comes to a close. To learn more about how we improve the health, beauty, and function of your family’s smiles, then schedule a consultation by calling Cosmetic & Implant Dentistry of Kansas City, MO, today at 816-427-4018.