Many of you know that we do Dental 🦷 & Medical 🏥 Marketing! Now we are adding on a Dental Auxiliary Training Program! •
• ⚠️ We are giving away free classes!! We will be offering a few spots for free classes!
There is a catch! We ask that you help us with your feedback as we develop the new courses and in return you get free classes! Spots are limited and after they fill up we will be offering courses for $20! Each one of these offers will last for a limited time only so message us for more information! ℹ️
❌ After these trial periods the Final cost of the finished courses will be $2095! 12 week certification courses!
There are only a few weeks left in the year, which means there is only a short time left for you to take advantage of your dental insurance before it resets in the new year. If you are overdue for a cleaning, now is a great time to book!
We still have appointments available before the end of the year, but they are filling up fast. Give us a call at (403)289-5140 or visit our website at www.foothillsdental.ca to book an appointment today!
Rodney Mattos and Dan Frey of CoPower are on set with Jeff Grocky and Tatiana Simonova for another edition of Coffee with Carriers. Check in soon for the upcoming video! In the meantime, visit our webpage for other special guests. Link in bio.
If you've got dental insurance through your employer, your benefits expire at the end of the month and reset come January 1st. If you've been putting off needed dental work or haven't have your second cleaning of the year, call us now to get on the books before it's too late! 509-525-9474.
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. 📱 (310) 953-4017
. 👨🏽⚕️ Dr. Giri Palani DDS
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Why do I say “dental insurance is not real”? 🤔
"Insurance," by definition, is protection against UNPREDICTABLE or CATASTROPHIC loss, but most dental benefit plans specifically EXCLUDE extraordinary needs.
The things offered as benefits are not only predictable, but EXPECTED, such as routine exams, x-rays, healthy cleanings, etc.
Furthermore, policies that do offer a benefit for other common services, such as fillings, crowns, and treatment for gum disease, provide them at a much lower percentage of the actual cost of providing that care, and with a low dollar limit per year.
It’s important for patients to understand this, but it’s even MORE important for dental professionals to understand what dental “insurance” really is.