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Use Your End-of-Year Dental Benefits Before They Run Out!

Happy Holidays from BRIGHT Dentistry!

It’s the most wonderful time of the year. It’s time for holiday shopping, sweater weather, pumpkin spice everything, and bright, twinkling Christmas lights. But it’s also the time of year when your dental benefits are about to run out.

Did you know your dental benefits expire if you don’t use them? That means, whatever you don’t use by the end of the year is lost forever.

As Americans, we collectively spend over 70 billion dollars on dental insurance each year—but we only use 40 billion dollars of those benefits! That means the dental insurance industry is pocketing over 30 billion dollars worth of your benefits.

At BRIGHT, we don’t want you to lose your benefits. We want you to use them! The beautiful part about using your benefits near the time they rollover is that you can “dental double-dip.” Use up the end-of-year benefits you already have just before they expire. Once they expire, if you still have leftover work that needs to be done, you will have a fresh round of New Year benefits to use, doubling your savings and using your benefits!

That’s why there isn’t a better time to book your appointment with BRIGHT. We are here to not only ensure you use your benefits—but to completely disrupt the way you view dentistry. We make sure that you feel right at home in the dental chair as we give you the best dental care on the market. We want every dentist appointment to be a luxurious experience you won’t forget.

But the end of 2019 is approaching–fast. Call us today to get your appointment booked before your end-of-year benefits run out, and we’ll get you a BRIGHT, beautiful smile just in time for the holidays!

The new year is already looking bright! Happy Holidays from BRIGHT Dentistry!

BRIGHT DENTISTRY

Passion. Luxury. Dentistry Redefined.

“Most often, your dental benefits will cover major work—if not completely, then at least partially. And we can all benefit from having a helping hand when it comes to those expenses and shouldering the burden that comes from the cost of our healthcare.”
Dr. John Kramer, D.D.S and Founder of Bright Dentistry