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The key to better oral health is preventive care. That’s why Delta Dental of Minnesota, along with your dentist, encourage regular dental visits to check for early signs of dental issues and to reinforce preventive care practices at home, like brushing and flossing. Dental insurance usually covers cleanings and exams at 100 percent so you… Read more »
As we grow older, certain health concerns garner our full attention, especially oral health issues. We only get one set of permanent teeth, so it’s crucial to take care of them for our entire lives. Teeth can last a lifetime with proper care, such as brushing and flossing, as well as visiting your dentist regularly…. Read more »
Often left out of many retirees’ futures is employer-funded health and dental benefits. According to the U.S. Census, over 6,000 Americans turn 65 each day, but only about 32% of retirees receive continued health benefits from their employer. Retirees are often left to make benefit decisions on their own in an unfamiliar, ever-changing healthcare environment… Read more »
When shopping for dental coverage, it’s tough to know where to start. But, look no further than Delta Dental! We make it easy (and affordable) to have dental coverage. More people choose Delta Dental as the protector of their smile because we offer dental expertise, superior service, largest dental network and exceptional savings!
You may ask yourself, do I really need dental benefits? The answer is a resounding “yes”! Taking care of your mouth is an essential part of your overall health and your teeth are a critical part of your everyday success. Still on the fence about purchasing dental insurance? Here are the top 10 reasons why having dental coverage is essential!
Whether you call it smokeless tobacco, spit tobacco, chew, snuff, pinch or dip, all kinds of chewing tobacco are more harmful and addictive than you think. While evidence shows that smokeless tobacco may be less dangerous than cigarettes, long-term use of chewing tobacco can cause serious health problems. There’s no safe level of tobacco use…. Read more »