Send 2015 Off With A Healthy Smile

2015goodbyegoldThe New Year is fast approaching, which means all sorts of exciting things. First, there are some enjoyable parties on the horizon and the promise of good things to come (all preceded by a cozy holiday season, of course). But what does the end of this year mean for your smile? For some, it means the end of a year’s worth of dental insurance coverage. If you’re serious about your oral health, we suggest you consider some simple yet extremely helpful reminders about insurance and your grin.

Your 2015 Benefits

Do you have dental insurance coverage? If so, you may forget that your benefits are good for this year and this year alone. Whether you re-sign for 2016 or choose not to, the benefits that come with your current insurance plan will not trickle over into January or beyond. This means the following:

  • You should call your dental insurance company immediately to find out more about coverage, how to do the most that you can with your benefits for the current year, and what to expect for 2016
  • You should ask questions about when treatments must be complete, so you can take full advantage of your coverage before the year is up

Our Suggestions

Once you have become completely clear on the details of your 2015 dental insurance benefits, we encourage you to follow some of our suggestions. First, ask yourself if there’s anything your smile needs, whether it’s a checkup or something else covered under your plan. If the answer is yes, we are looking forward to your call! You still have the rest of November and December to schedule a visit, so contact us today.


At A New Smile Dental Group, our dentists strive to offer each patient individual care and access to high-quality, modern dentistry at an affordable price. If you would like to schedule a consultation, then call our San Fernando Valley, CA office today at (818) 897-5771. We proudly serve residents of Pacoima, CA, as well as San Fernando, Los Angeles, Granada Hills, Van Nuys, Sherman Oaks, and all surrounding communities.