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SERVING GEORGETOWN, ROUND ROCK, AND AUSTIN, TEXAS
Posted: November 8, 2013
It’s almost the end of 2013, and we’re nearing the holiday season. Besides eating all of the sweets and treats of Thanksgiving and Christmas in moderation (it is possible), another thing you should do is make an appointment with your dentist! You could potentially save hundreds of dollars by using your dental benefits before you ring in the new year of 2014. Although some dental insurance plans run on a fiscal year, most (possibly yours) run on a calendar year. If it does, check out these five reasons to schedule a check-up.
- Yearly Maximum — This is the maximum amount of money that your dental insurance plan will pay for your dental work within one year. Although the maximum varies between insurance companies, the average is around $1,000 a year. This renews each year (on the first of January if your plan follows a calendar year), providing another $1,000 for the next 12 months.
- Premiums — If you are paying the premiums for your dental insurance each month out of the year, you should take advantage of your benefits. Even if you don’t have a cavity and aren’t in need of a root canal, be sure to regularly schedule your dental cleanings. These cleanings, when maintained, help prevent and can detect early signs of cavities, gingivitis, oral cancer, and other dental issues.
- Don’t Avoid your Problems —If you decide to delay treatment for what might be a simple cavity, you risk a more extensive and expensive treatment down the line. You may think that your simple toothache is nothing of consequence, when it’s actually a cavity waiting to worsen into a root canal.
What Our Patients Are Saying
Monica and Elizabeth made cleaning and x-RAYS tolerable. We laughed the whole time. Dr Mark was clear and concise. Everyone there has a great sense of humor. I hate going to the dentist but this trip was my best experience to date.
Friendly staff, exceptional patient care
The office is well-appointed, relaxing and the staff treat everyone like family. It's also nice to not feel 'judged' when my dental status is not textbook. Never had a dentist before that didn't give me the hairy eyeball over not flossing every day. I like their holistic approach to health, not just teeth.
Aesthetic Dentistry was professional and accommodating for a dental emergency I experienced. From Emily to Hannah to Dr Duncan I was extremely impressed with not only the customer service but the professionalism and the empathy for my work schedule. Their dental techniques are the best available providing a seamless and pain free experience. I HIGHLY recommend their practice!!
A++. Lovely people in this practice, true gentle dentistry and care. Would recommend anyone, especially someone who hasn't been to the dentist in a while and is nervous. Doctor personally calls his patients the evening of your appointment to follow up. 😎