Implant dentistry should be fully covered. And that is the sum of it. Do local medical insurance companies realise what a positive impact could be made should they decide to turn the corner of their risk averse nature and apply their minds towards fully insuring implant dentistry in Charleston. Do they realise what a positive effect this could have on the local economy? And furthermore, do they realise what impact this cover could have on their own balance sheets?
Implant dentistry can be fully covered by way of a comprehensive medical aid plan. It could also be covered in full by a medical plan written by a medical insurance company. Even the federal or state government could participate in this worthy scheme by way of extending its own benefits as they stand now. If you do the math as an insurance underwriter, you could soon find yourself hedging towards long-term prospects that could very well yield profit.
If not that, it could very well lead to the possibility of swelling the insurer’s cash reserves. Here is the reason why that could happen. You see, by the time the patient has been fitted with dental implants, he should, over time, experience a vast differential improvement in his oral and dental health. There should be a noticeable decline in tooth decay and gum disease. This of course impacts the bottom line of both the patient and insurer’s pockets.
It impacts their bottom lines in a positive way, because the costs of dental expenses are bound to be cut. Visits to the dentist, regular visits that is, won’t entirely be ruled out, but there will be less need and expense to carry out complex remedial procedures to reverse or remove tooth decay and gum disease.