Blog Posts Categorized: Oral Health



March 4th, 2016
Dental Coverage is Important for You and Your Family

Eating healthy meals, staying active and scheduling exams with your doctor are a good way to keep you and your family healthy. Buying dental insurance and visiting the dentist are just as important in establishing a healthy lifestyle. Visits to your dentist keeps both your teeth and body healthy. Studies tell us that people with… Read more »

March 4th, 2016
Retire from your job, not your dental benefits

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 »

February 19th, 2016
Why Is Dental Essential?

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!

February 3rd, 2016
Celebrate National Children’s Dental Health Month!

Though big holidays and celebrations like Valentine’s Day and President’s Day occur in the month of February, one of the most important events goes on all month long: National Children’s Health Month.

January 7th, 2016
Make a Plan to Use Your Dental Benefits in the New Year

It’s January, a time for making resolutions and looking ahead at what’s in store for 2016. This year, make a plan for how your family will most effectively use its dental benefits. Remember – if you don’t use them, you lose them.

September 9th, 2015
Dangers of Chewing Tobacco

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 »