No Toothaches For 2012


My family's resolution for the New Year is to have healthy teeth. Aside from our regular dental insurance plans, my husband also enlisted our family into dental discounts. Both would complement each other in our family's quest for dental health. Our son thankfully has very good teeth. My husband and I are quite a different story. We're older and our age have also affected our teeth. We visit our dentist more frequently. We have to deal with root canals, tooth extraction and dental surgery. Without any dental insurance, we would easily burn holes in our wallets.

We've learned our lessons well. Our son receives and enjoys preventive dental health care. He doesn't mind going on these regular scheduled visits to our dentists. He doesn't have to contend with any dental issue. Unlike his friends, our son has no tooth decay and has straight teeth. I on the other hand have calcium issues. Imagine if we do not have any kind of dental health care? Our family would be spending thousands instead of hundreds to keep our teeth healthy.

Some simply take dental health for granted. They would rather deal with it when the time comes. In the end, they end up paying more. Preventive dental care keeps your expenses down. It saves you thousands of dollars in dental costs. These are health investments. Any kind of health insurance is important. In this day and age, we need to keep our family healthy. Investing in dental insurance is an essential investment for your family.

7 comments:

Dentist St. Louis said...

Healthy teeth are very important to enjoying a healthy life. Many people overlook this aspect of their life, and that's very unfortunate. We are a small dental practice in St. Louis, and I don't know how many patients come through our office who don't brush or floss on a regular basis! Hope you enjoy the New Year and let me know how your resolution goes!!!

Grand Rapids Dental said...

That's good. While eating healthy foods and avoiding snacks and drinks that are high in sugar are good ways to prevent cavities, a good dental regime is essential in maintaining healthy teeth and gums.

North Shore Dental Suites said...

Prevention is the best measure to avoid a painful situation and potentially high costs due to emergency care. Simple. Regular visits to the dentist are essential to prevent tooth decay, which can easily lead to toothaches.

Kalamazoo Dentists said...

Dentists can confirm that many people have to opt for dental treatments. The main reason for this is oral negligence like not brushing enough or bad eating habits that cause tooth decay. Thus, you should know the simple but critical steps to oral hygiene. Apply them and you will not have to go and visit a dentist soon.

Bonita Springs Dental Practice said...

I guess the most obvious way to avoid a tooth ache if you have a cavity, is to simply have the tooth fixed, or pulled.

Dentists Grand Rapids said...

Every dental plan is different depending on the insurance provider. There are some terms used in dental plans that are the same across all dental insurance plans. These terms may seem like a foreign language at first but understanding these terms can give a person a better understanding of how his or her insurance plan works and what is covered under the plan.

Grand Rapids Orthodontist said...

Nowadays, a lot of people purchase individual plan insurance to allow them to take proper care of their dental hygiene costs. Worth checking one.

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