Thanksgiving is just a few days away, and the holidays and New Year are just around the corner. Our one year anniversary is also coming up, and in the spirit of giving, we would like our patients to suggest a charity close to their hearts! On December 15th, the winning charity/patient will be drawn, and we will make a donation of $57.57 to that patient’s favorite charity. Let us know your favorite charity at your next appointment, or through any of our social media pages if you won’t be visiting us until 2018. You can find us @5757dental on Twitter, Instagram, and Facebook.
With the new year fast approaching, this also means you only have a couple of weeks left to get the most out of your yearly dental benefits and maximums. Visiting the dentist may not be on your holiday To Do List, but it is key to maintaining optimal oral health. With the busy holidays, not to mention all of those treats and sweets you look forward to, now is the perfect time to prepare and protect your pearly whites so you can enjoy the holiday season.
Don’t Let Your Money Go to Waste
Most dental insurance plans provide a certain dollar amount of benefits each year, the annual maximum, and run on a calendar year, January 1st – December 31st. If your plan is on a calendar year and you haven’t been in to see us in a while, you could have unused benefits that will go to waste when the clock strikes midnight on December 31st! If this benefit amount is not used, your insurance starts over and sets a new maximum for the upcoming year, and most dental plans do not let you rollover unused maximums to the next year. So, essentially, you use it or lose it!
Right now is a great time to get your dental appointments in because you can get your dental care out of the way before the busy holiday season really begins. And if you have been thinking about whitening or other cosmetic procedures, remember the holidays are all about photos and lasting memories, so it’s a great time to give your smile a boost. And getting your teeth looked at now can help you avoid potential, unwanted, dental emergencies over the holidays, which are already stressful enough!
We conveniently offer late night hours every Wednesday, and have Saturday and even limited Sunday appointments.
Beat the end of year rush and get in early! Contact us by email at firstname.lastname@example.org or by phone at 212-935-0719 to book your dental appointment.