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We have exciting news to announce! Delta Dental of Minnesota Foundation Grants $4.6 Million for New Dental Clinic at Hennepin County Medical Center! The Hennepin County Board of Commissioners approved an agreement between the Delta Dental of Minnesota Foundation and the Hennepin Healthcare System to create a new dental clinic funded by a $4.6 million grant… Read more »
If you’re a young adult who doesn’t already receive dental benefits through your employer and you’re too old to be on your parent’s plan (over age 26), chances are you are without dental insurance. And without dental insurance, you’ve been putting off going to the dentist because you’re scared of the cost for your check-ups… Read more »
With National Tooth Fairy day just around the corner, Delta Dental conducted it’s annual tooth fairy poll to track the average monetary gift from the tooth fairy. Unfortunately, this year, the average gift left by the tooth fairy across the country sunk by 10.32%. The Original Tooth Fairy Poll has typically served as a good… 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!
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.