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Take advantage of your remaining 2019 dental benefits before they run out!

November 1, 2019
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Posted By: Springbrook Family Dentistry

As we approach the end of 2019, we are writing to remind you that come January 1 st, any unused dental insurance benefits will be lost. Dental insurance provides you with a capped amount of benefits each year. If unused, the insurance company never has to pay them because these benefits DO NOT roll over into the following year. This means you may end up paying more out of pocket.

We always suggest the best dental treatment based upon your individual needs and never upon your dental insurance company’s benefits. However, our records show you do have uncompleted dental treatment eligible for benefits through your insurance company. If you would like to maximize your insurance benefits to keep your out of pocket costs as low as possible we recommend scheduling your work prior to the end of the year.

If you would like to ensure you take advantage of your remaining 2019 dental benefits, please call us as soon as possible. Our end of year schedule fills up quick and we want to ensure we are able to maximize your benefits for you. Give us a call today to discuss your benefits. 

We look forward to seeing you soon.

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Dear patients, friends and family,

In light of recent events surrounding the Corona Virus/COVID-19 and the guidance of our national and state dental societies, we will be rescheduling all 6 month cleaning appointments and any elective dental treatment over the next few weeks.

We continue to be available for dental emergencies and are accessible via phone and email. We love our patients and are willing to do whatever we can for the sake of community health and well being, especially for those among us that could be most affected by infection.

At this time, we have NO known cases of COVID-19 among our staff. Dental offices are at extreme risk for propagation of the virus due to the large number of aerosols created during dental procedures, as well as the close proximity we are in to our patients. Therefore we will continue to adhering to the highest levels of infection control.

I am confident all of us will be better off if we all do our part to protect the community and "flatten the curve". If you have any questions or are looking for any updates please follow our Facebook page or call us at 716-652-0600.