Is this thing on? Have you ever had such a toothache that you walked around holding your jaw? The pain you feel is unlike anything you’ve ever experienced before. You thought to yourself, I don’t have dental insurance. HELP OUT!! You just uttered that cry for help, no one heard it because it was just a thought. You weren’t really talking to anyone.
You think you cannot go to the dentist because you do not have insurance. You don’t mind going to the ER. How do you make sure this pain goes away and doesn’t cause even greater pain in your finances?
I was in this situation recently. The difference is that my pain was so bad, for two days my routine was like this, get up, put an anesthetic on the tooth and try to sleep. If that doesn’t work, get up and take an aspirin to make the pain go away and try to sleep for a while. Once the pain returns, wake up and try the anesthesia again.
Do you realize that a toothache can get so bad that it can become infected? Once the infection starts, your face may begin to swell. Well, that’s what happened to me. You cannot let the infection get out of hand. YOU MUST do something.
Do you normally know that when a toothache occurs, the dental office is not open. My toothache started on a Friday night! When did yours start?
By Sunday that morning I was a little better. When I had less discomfort, I remembered that I was a member of a discounted dental plan.
This would certainly give me some relief.
The advantages that I immediately liked:
• It was effective as soon as I signed up
• It was for my entire household, not just me
• It contained vision benefits I had never had before
• I could also use it if I traveled to different states.
When I first got my discounted dental plan, I didn’t know how soon it would take me to use it. I was glad to have something on hand in case a situation arose.
Do you know that toothache is usually unplanned? Then people find themselves in an emergency and spend more money than they would like.
My discounted dental plan literally saved me hundreds of dollars on getting that tooth pulled.