Dental Insurance Co-Pays Still a Bit Too High12 Nov, 2015
Dental Insurance Co-Pays Still a Bit Too High
Ask your local dentist how business is and they will tell you things are slower than they used to be due to the recession. As our nation reaches 10% unemployment many people have lost their jobs and therefore they've lost their dental insurance as well.
Even those people that still have their dental insurance they normally have a fairly large co-pays, and since it is a recession this is one thing that people procrastinate on and try to save money. As one dentist put it,
"You are eventually going to have to come in anyway and the longer you put it off the more work for me."
Still, the dentist will admit that business is slow, and they are struggling paying the bills and keeping their own staff employed in the meantime. This recession has taken a toll on everybody.
If people are trying to save money to make ends meet, and they are trying to be careful in case they lose their job, the chances are they are only going to spend money on things they feel to be a necessity. And whereas they might take their kids in to see the dentist, they will probably forgo longer periods between appointments for themselves.
Of course, if you are a new dentist and you have student loans, and you have lots of equipment in your dental practice that still needs to be paid for; in this case you could easily go out of business and you'd be surprised how many dental offices are closing the doors due to this recession and the longer it lasts the more dental offices that will fail. Please consider all this.
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