Newsflash: Your dental benefits may expire at the end of the year. Here’s what you need to do, to ensure you make the most of your health insurance.
Allowing things to expire is always disappointing. That milk in the fridge for example, that’s just made you a sour cup of tea. The discount voucher you’d been saving from your favourite store, that’s now as worthless as the paper it’s printed on. And if it’s something that could actually benefit your health and wellbeing – your smile, even – there’s no way you should let it go to waste.
What are we on about?
Most major health funds within Australia have a benefit year commencing on the 1st of January through until the 31st December. What does this mean for you? Well, if you haven’t used all of your dental benefits before the end of the year, they may expire. Elapse. Run out. Become invalid. And you and your teeth will be left without the care that (let’s face it) you pay for through your health insurance.
Take action now!
There are a few simple things you can do to ensure your dental benefits are working as hard as they ought to for your precious pearly whites.
For more information about your private health insurance and dental benefits, call your provider directly to get a full view of what you’re eligible for and what you can claim for before it runs out.
To book an appointment with one of our dentists, click here to find your nearest centre. With numerous locations offering a comprehensive range of services, you’ll find the exceptional care and expertise you deserve.