Your smile matters to us at EnterpriseDental Care
Your smile matters to us at EnterpriseDental Care

Maximize Your Dental Insurance Benefits

Did you know most people don’t reach their maximum dental benefit? That means people like you are not getting the most out of their dental plan, FSA or HSA.

Call 301-249-3333 and tell our receptionist you want to maximize your dental benefits. We’ll arrange a phone meeting to identify the best approach given your situation.

If you haven’t called here’s why you should:
  1. We’ll help you identify how much money you have available
  2. You decide how much you want to use
  3. We’ll point out the best ways to use your money for important dental work
Here are some of the things we may suggest:
  • Regular Check Up and Cleaning - If you haven’t had a cleaning in the past 6 months your dental insurance will likely cover the full cost of this appointment
  • More Extensive Dental Treatment - Fillings, root canals and dental implants can have lower out-of-pocket costs depending on the status of your insurance deductible
  • Elective Treatments - Braces, Invisalign, sore guards, night guards and elective procedures like veneers and teeth whitening may be possible through FSA and HSA funds
  • Some plans allow for a grace period of up to 2½ extra months or carry over up to $500 per year to the following year

Take advantage of the money that is already yours.

Call our office 301-249-3333 or make an online appointment.

Make Your Money Work For You

You have between now and the end of the year to take action. Here are some ideas:

  • Figure out how much money you have left in your FSA, HSA or your insurance deductible
  • Next, assess all the medical-related things you may need such as dental work
  • If you determine you want to address dental related issues Contact Us (http://enterprisesmiles.com/contact) or Call 301-249-3333 and ask to speak to our front desk receptionist.
The Goal Is to Improve Your Oral Health

Prevention is better than the cure. That goes for your pocketbook and your health. Most dental insurance plans pay 100% for one or two dental cleanings and preventive visits per year. Flexible Spending Accounts (FSA’s) and Health Spending Accounts (HSA’s) generally cover dental checkups too! If you haven’t had a dental checkup we encourage you to schedule (http://enterprisesmiles.com/contact) one now.

We can help you identify the best way to use your dental insurance, FSA and HSA monies to fund more extensive dental services. Fillings, root canals and dental implants can have lower out-of-pocket costs depending on the status of your insurance deductible.

Take advantage of the money that is already yours.

Call our office 301-249-3333 or make an online appointment.