People often view dental insurance as a necessity for completing care, especially if they need a lot of work done. What you might not realize is that dental insurance comes with a host of limitations that diminish its value, even for major dental procedures.
While wisdom teeth removal is a fairly common procedure, there are some important issues to consider before you proceed – some of which may come as a surprise. Address these six key areas, and you’ll make an informed, financially prudent decision.
Need a root canal, but worried about the expense? There are a few simple considerations to help you lower the cost of a root canal – or avoid needing one in the first place. Here’s a breakdown of the procedure’s importance and three ways to get it done at a cheaper rate.
Say hello to “transparent dentistry,” your ticket to more affordable dental care. Taking advantage of transparent dentistry can help you understand dental procedures and their respective price tags – ensuring you get exactly what you want at a price you can afford.
Root canals have been getting a bad rap, being called names like “painful” and “lengthy.” We can’t sit idly by and let that happen. It’s time for us to put a stop to these rumors by explaining what root canals are and dispelling several myths surrounding them.
Don’t have dental insurance? Don’t worry. You CAN afford quality dental care without it. Besides the fact that dental insurance is very limited in coverage, not having it can actually make you a healthier patient and a smarter consumer. So is dental insurance worth it? Read on, you may be surprised by the answer.