Residents of Worcester, along with many people in the world, have recently been experienceing higher-than-average increases in inflation. This means that people have had to start prioritizing where to spend their money more carfully. For some it could be tempting to deprioritize dentistry, but the risks associated with doing that could far outweigh the benefits. Pushing off a visit to the dentist in order to save money now could mean paying for more expensive dental issues that arise in the future.
At Central New England Dental Associates we’re aware how hard this decision can be, so we decided to make the choice easier by offering dental payment options to make treatment more affordable. These plans include deferred interest payments, which can very helpful in an inflationary climate where interests rates are often high. These payment options allow you to get the treatment you need while paying only what you can.
The payment options can also be helpful to anyone in the Worcester area that wants to get cosmetic dentistry from one of our prosthodontic specialists. While some dental conditions may not cause further issues down the line and are mostly cosmetic or functional, they may be worth investing in now at a time when savings are being devalued by inflation and many analyst predicting a recession. Investing in yourself and the smile you want is a great idea even when the economy is doing well, but could be even more tempting when there’s uncertainty in other investments.
One form of cosmetic dentistry, dental implants, has been reported to have a 92.9% satisfaction rate with 74.7% reporting an improvement in chewing power and 64% reporting an improvement in psychological stability. Studies have also found over 96% success rate with dental implants over the long term. Even for those who value financial gain over personal growth and improvement these numbers should cause consideration of dental implants.
If you’re ready to invest in yourself and your oral health, schedule a cosmetic consultation at our dental office near Worcester.