It’s tax season! This can be good news or bad news depending on whether or not you get a refund.
We know not everyone receives a tax refund. However, the average tax refund is approximately $3,000. Some individuals might choose to pay off bills or take a trip. Why not take that money and invest it into something really important?
Consider taking your refund and using it toward your health, most importantly, your dental health.
If you have read any of our blog posts you might see that dental health can affect more than just your mouth. Your overall health can be directly impacted by various dental issues including:
That’s just a short list. There are multiple dental issues that can affect not only your physical health but also your mental health. This is why it is important to make sure sure you are taking good care of your teeth, your gums and your mouth.
If you are one of the many Americans who will receive a tax refund this year why not consider putting it toward your dental health?
As you probably already know, dental insurance does not cover everything and sometimes they might not cover anything at all. This is particularly true with items insurance considers “cosmetic”. If you are contemplating Zoom Whitening, maybe your tax refund is the perfect opportunity to reach your goal of whiter teeth. Maybe you’ve been looking at Invisalign or you’ve been putting off a Root Canal or even just your regular dental cleaning. This could be your opportunity to move forward with your new and improved healthy smile.
Don’t have a refund coming but still want to work towards your perfect smile? Contact us about payment options including Care Credit to assist you with your financial needs.
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