Everyone is concerned about money these days. But the only way to save wisely is to calculate your net gain (or loss). We agree that it’s silly to drive 20 miles to save 3 cents a gallon on gas, but it’s just as foolish to skip your dental appointments. With the cost of everything increasing, an excellent way to save money is to prevent potential problems before they become big ones.
Regular dental exams and cleanings are the best way to avoid a big hit to your health and your wallet. By the time many dental diseases progress to where they’re noticeable by anyone but a dentist, it’s too late for the less expensive and quicker fix. By the time you notice, you’re paying for major procedures at tomorrow’s still higher prices.
Good News! Not only will you save money on dental care by getting your checkups now, you may also be preventing more serious diseases recently linked to gum disease—illnesses like heart disease and even cancer.
An ounce of prevention is worth a pound of cure. Call today for an appointment.
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