Before you know it, we’ll be entering 2019! So, we want to remind our Albuquerque, NM, residents to use their dental insurance benefits before the year ends and they expire. Now is the perfect time to improve your smile before the holiday season arrives.
Don’t Let Them Expire!
At the end of December, your dental insurance benefits and flex spending account funds will expire. Instead of letting them disappear without being used, why not schedule a visit now before the holiday season begins and your schedule suddenly becomes a lot more hectic. Our team will work with you to schedule a visit at your convenience and ensure you make use of your dental insurance before the new year arrives!
Start With a Checkup and Cleaning
We will begin with an exam and cleaning. Using advanced technology, such as digital x-rays, we will obtain a detail picture of your oral health. We then identify any possible areas of concerns and recommend the most appropriate treatment. We will also perform a cleaning, which removes all plaque from the teeth. Removing your plaque buildup helps limit the risk of tooth decay and gum disease, while also promoting fresh breath and brighter teeth. You also have a chance to talk about any specific issues you would like to address, such as misalignment, tooth loss, or discoloration.
A 2019 Treatment Plan
Now, if you need extensive care and we don’t be able to complete before the end of the year, then we can wait to continue them once your 2019 benefits become available. If you or a member of your family needs to schedule a visit, give us a call today. We want to help you greet 2019 with a healthier and righter smile, once you’ll be proud to show off to the world!
Do You Need to Make an Appointment?
At Snow Park Dental, Dr. Mark A. Miller and our team want to make sure you greet the new year with a healthier smile. Contact us today at 505-299-2979 to schedule a consultation at our Albuquerque, NM, office. We welcome patients and families from Rio Rancho, Corrales, Edgewood, Tijeras, Los Lunas, and all surrounding communities.