At Fidler on the Tooth, we strive to provide excellent preventative dentistry to keep your smile healthy.
To offer excellent dental care that is attainable for our patients, we are excited to announce we have renewed our Preferred Provider status with Delta Dental to make your dental experience more enjoyable and affordable.
When we lost our preferred status, it impacted our patients by being unable to treat their oral health problems. Having dental insurance is important to take the necessary preventative action to save smiles from oral diseases such as periodontal disease.
There is a dental crisis in American where dental coverage is unattainable, resulting in devastating consequences. According to a study, about 130 million Americans do not have dental coverage. As a result, untreated dental problems lead to more complicated situations:
- The U.S. Surgeon General’s 2000 report noted students miss more than 51 million hours of school each year due to dental visits and oral diseases.
- Employed adults lose more than 164 million hours of work due to dental disease and visits.
- 830,000 hospital ER visits in 2009 were linked to preventable dental conditions.
Dental coverage is important and we partner with many providers as possible to take preventative action to better our patients’ lives and oral health. Leading Seattle dentist, Dr. Vicki Fidler has access to the latest technologies and techniques to prevent serious oral diseases from happening, and our renewed partnership will better our patients’ experience.
We treat all of our patients like family, and when we lost our preferred status, we lost many of our family members. Getting excellent dental care is more attainable than ever before, and we would love to hear from you on returning to our dental family.
Please give us a call and ask us about our renewed status. We will welcome you back with open arms, and show you our appreciation on being part of our dental family with a personal special offer.
Please let us know in the comments: How does your insurance coverage affect your dental care?