Cavities, braces, gum disease, sports accidents, car accidents, tooth erosion and even oral cancer…you name it, it can happen to you.
Although you may not feel that full coverage is really worth it since you don’t really need to go to the dentist unless you want to…would you be willing to live with the pain, discomfort and even complete loss if you have dental problems in your future?
Choosing not to have this coverage could be one of the biggest regrets down the line should something go wrong with a bodily asset that many take for granted. Many oral problems start out with very subtle signs that we can often and easily ignore. What we are really doing is putting off the one step that can save us from bigger issues down the line.
By maintaining your regular six month appointments with your dentist you can catch many issues even before the subtle signs begin to surface. This supports overall dental care before more serious issues can occur.
Without insurance, even going for a simple cleaning or checkup is certainly not cheap. This is why many avoid going altogether and hence, the cycle begins. By having insurance you can have those cleanings and checkups at a low price and are also eligible for certain reimbursements and cash payouts making it financially worth it in the end even having just one dental issue!
Even if your oral health seems to be in perfect condition now, avoiding this simple step of safeguarding your mouth will not help you after any issues begin. Obtaining thousands of dollars for one procedure will definitely be more challenging then the research it will take to get you the coverage now.
Pre-existing conditions such as the common gingivitis will not be covered if you have not already obtained this necessary coverage. Just like any other step we take in life to ensure our longevity and daily health, full coverage dental insurance is a smart choice that you should consider…today.
- The HIC Group executive team