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Dental Procedures to Consider Before Your Health Fund Resets

With most Australian health funds set to reset at the end of the year, it's a great time to think about your dental health and how you can make the most of your health fund benefits at Channon Lawrence Dental.

In this latest blog update, the Channon Lawrence Dental team will be taking a look at some common dental procedures you can consider before your health fund resets at the end of the year. These include general dentistry like teeth checkup & clean, cosmetic dentistry like same day cerec crowns, emergency dentistry, orthodontics and more!

General Dentistry

Starting with the basics, regular dental check-ups and cleans are really important for maintaining good oral health. These routine appointments, which are usually covered by most health funds, are crucial for early detection and prevention of dental issues.

The best way to avoid those big dental bills is to make sure you find problems early.

Scheduling a check-up towards the year's end is a great way to ensure your dental health is on track. Learn more about our General Dentistry services.

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Cosmetic Dentistry

Now might be the perfect time to explore cosmetic dentistry options like teeth whitening, cerec crowns or veneers. These treatments can have a huge impact the appearance of you and your smile!

Surprisingly, many health funds offer partial coverage for cosmetic procedures, we encourage you to call your Health Fund Provider to find out more. Here is a link to our Cosmetic Dentistry treatments and more information.

Straighten your teeth with orthodontics

Orthodontic treatments like Invisalign or traditional braces are not just for aesthetic purposes; they also contribute to better oral health. If you have been thinking about straightening your teeth, you might be able to use your health fund benefits for an orthodontic consultation or treatment. This could be a smart move before the year ends. Find out more about our braces, Invisalign and Orthodontic Services on our website.

Dental Implants and Dentures

If you're missing teeth, dental implants and dentures can significantly improve your quality of life. Many health funds cover a portion of these procedures, and starting this process before your fund resets can be beneficial. Learn about our Dental Implants and Dentures services.

Gympie Emergency Dentistry

For any ongoing dental discomfort or emergencies, it's really important to seek treatment ASAP. Your health fund might cover more than you expect for emergency dental services. Addressing these issues now can prevent further complications and costs. Check out our Emergency Dentistry services.

FAQs about Utilising Health Fund Benefits for Dental Services

How do I know if my health fund covers a specific dental service?

It's best to check directly with your health fund or contact our office for assistance.

Can I use my health fund for cosmetic dental procedures?

Coverage varies between funds, but some do offer partial coverage for cosmetic treatments.

Is there a benefit to using my health fund before the end of the year?

Absolutely! Using your benefits before they expire ensures you don't miss out on entitled dental care.

What if I haven't used any of my dental benefits this year?

Now is the time to book an appointment to make the most of your unused benefits.

Your Local Gympie Dentist

With the year coming to a close, reviewing your dental health needs and using your expiring health fund benefits is a smart move. Whether it's for routine dental check up, cosmetic dentistry, or starting more complex treatments, Channon Lawrence Dental want to help you.

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Don't let your 2023 health fund benefits go unused.

Book an appointment with us today, and step into the new year with a healthier, more radiant smile.

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