If you currently carry dental insurance, or have a health savings account, then you have benefits or funds that will expire at the end of December. Don’t just lose what you’ve earned and paid for, talk to our team about a visit. Your Cleveland, TX, dentist would love to see you soon before your benefits expire, so you can start 2022 with better oral health.
Use Them Before You Lose Them
The benefits you have from your dental insurance coverage, and your funds from many health savings accounts, will expire at the end of December. We would love to help you put these to good use, so call our team to schedule a visit. Our office staff can help you understand the extent of your coverage or your missing benefits, and we can tailor your treatment plan to fit within this budget and your schedule. If like many people, you avoid the dentist out of very valid COVID-19 concerns the last year and a half, then minor issues like tooth sensitivity or sore gums could now mean the presence of cavities, gingivitis, or even gum disease. Care is crucial for managing or treating these issues, and returning your smile to optimal health, function, and beauty.
The Dental Exam
Everything starts with an exam, as this checkup is a chance to take a close look at your smile with advanced digital x-rays and intraoral camera technology. We then identify areas of concerns and can create a treatment plan with precision and accuracy. If you have worries about COVID-19, we want you to know that our team is still practicing strict health and safety measures to protect our patients and our team members. We want to help you obtain a stunning new smile before the year comes to a close, so you greet 20202 with your best smile. You can also obtain care before the hectic holiday season leaves your schedule too busy to see the dentist.
Moving Forward With Treatment
We have checkups and cleanings for people of all ages, and special preventive treatments for kids to help avoid cavalries. We have lifelike restorations, including crowns and fillings, to treat cavities, infections, and damage for smiles of all ages. With our cosmetic treatment options, we can remove or mask stains, reshape damaged or malformed teeth, and close embarrassing gaps too. We also have durable and lifelike selections to address minor or severe tooth loss, such as dental implants, bridges, and dentures.
Do You Have Questions About Using Your Benefits?
We’re ready to see you soon and help treat any oral health issues you’re facing. If you would like to learn more about how we protect your family’s oral health, then schedule a consultation today by contacting Cleveland Family Dentistry in Cleveland, TX, at (281) 592-1234. You can also find our practice at 205 E. Houston St. Cleveland, TX 77327.