Details for DR JOHN ADAMS/ FRED FAMILY DENTAL - Ad from 2019-11-06

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DENTIST
Dr. John S. Adams, DDS

Do my dental benefits expire at the
end of the year? Or do they roll over?
Insurance companies generally
reset their coverage with the
start of the New Year. This means
if you have not used your full
benefit amount before the year’s
end, you will lose it, so schedule
asap with your dentist office.
If you have existing work that
needs to be done, or if you are
due for a cleaning, now is the
time to do it! Get needed work
done before your insurance
benefits expire for the year. This
is doubly true for people that
need several things done.
Strategically maximize your
insurance coverage by doing

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some before the end of the year
and doing the rest after the
start of the new year - using the
insurance for both years to get
all your necessary work done.
If you need work done, but not
enough to need both years
coverages, I still highly
recommend getting it done
before the new year. You never
know what will happen next
year, and shouldn’t risk using
up your 2020 insurance
coverage if you still have
coverage available for 2019.

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