Blog Posts Categorized: Oral Health



March 14th, 2018
Dental Insurance Explained

Your primer for protecting your gums, teeth and mouth So, it’s time to enroll in your benefits and you’re wondering, “Do I really need dental insurance? What does it cover and how does it work?” Let’s get your insurance knowledge up to speed and talk about why dental insurance is important for you. What is… Read more »

March 5th, 2018
Going to the Dentist

If you know what to expect, going to the dentist can be fun! In the video below, Dental Hygienist Leah helps to teach children about the kinds of things they can expect to see when the visit the dentist.

February 26th, 2018
Tooth Fairy Payouts Hit Hard Times

Average Under-The-Pillow Gifts Dip by 11 Percent   The Tooth Fairy has tightened her money bag after an all-time high payout last year. According to the Original Tooth Fairy Poll, sponsored by Delta Dental, the Tooth Fairy’s cash gifts in 2017 dropped to an average of $4.13, a 53 cent drop from 2016. Delta Dental’s… Read more »

February 14th, 2018
Gum disease: More serious that you might think

February is Gum Disease Awareness Month Did you know an estimated 85 percent of Americans have varying degrees of gum disease? That’s 274 million people whose gums need some TLC! Back in 2012, the Institute for Advanced Laser Dentistry (IALD) named February the official Gum Disease Awareness Month with an aim to inform people about… Read more »

February 12th, 2018
Children’s Dental Health Month – Loosing Teeth the Healthy Way!

Each February, the American Dental Association (ADA) sponsors National Children’s Dental Health Month to raise awareness about the importance of good oral health. The month-long national campaign began in 1981, but the first national observance of Children’s Dental Health Day occurred on February 8, 1949. In honor of National Children’s Dental Health Month 2018, we… Read more »

February 11th, 2018
Which is better for your teeth – tea or coffee?

The holidays are over, and for a lot of us that means back to the grind – and the caffeine.         It’s a common question for caffeine lovers everywhere who still want to take care of their white teeth – do I choose tea or coffee? First, we need to understand why… Read more »