Are you avoiding the dentist? You’re not alone. Many Hendricks County residents – like you – put off going to dentist. For some people, the thought of having someone poke, prod, scratch, fill or pull their teeth makes them too anxious, so they skip going to dental appointments.
For others, avoiding the dentist comes down to expense and lack of dental insurance. In fact, one study found the 1 in 3 Americans put off getting dental care because of their financial situation and lack of dental insurance. But avoiding the dentist is not the answer since it can cost you more in the long run to fix problems caused by tooth decay, gum disease or broken teeth.
The American Dental Association recommends that you see a dentist, like Dr. Jon Erickson at Danville Family Dentistry in Hendricks County, at least twice a year to check for any developing dental conditions and have your teeth professionally cleaned. By visiting Dr. Erickson, you can stop the progression of any dental problems from their earliest stages – protecting your smile while limiting your costs.
If you’ve been avoiding the dentist because you don’t have dental insurance, Danville Family Dentistry has a solution – our Smile Savings Plan. While this plan is not an insurance program, it is a patient-courtesy program for patients without dental insurance.
For an annual fee of $275, you’ll receive a set amount of dental services for one year, including:

  • 2 professional oral evaluations
  • 2 professional dental cleanings
  • Regularly scheduled X-rays

Plus you’ll also receive 15% off other dental care procedures, such as fillings, crowns, dentures and more, provided by our Hendricks County office.
Don’t wait until you experience dental pain before going to see a dentist. Because by then, it’s probably too late. For about 75 cents a day, you can receive preventive dental care to help keep your smile healthy. Contact Danville Family Dentistry today to learn more about our Smile Savings Plan. Because avoiding the dentist is not a viable solution for your dental health.