Oral & Vision Health Blog

Why is Dental Insurance Separate from Medical Insurance?

You just enrolled in your company’s benefit package and make an appointment to visit the dentist. Once you arrive, you find out your plan doesn’t cover your visit. Besides the ...
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Add Some Spice (and Extra Benefits) to Your Oral Care with Turmeric

Turmeric is the superfood of the spice world. From its anti-inflammatory properties to the antioxidants, there are many benefits to your health when you add it to your diet. ...
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Ask Your Dentist: Questions to Help Prepare Your Special Needs Child for the Dentist

Having a child with special needs may make you feel like your family is 1 in a million.
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Avocados: Not Just for Millennials

When you Google the word “millennials,” one of the first things to come up is “avocado toast.” Recently, the internet exploded, memes and all, blaming avocado toast for why ...
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Bonding and Reshaping Your Teeth

You look in the mirror and something catches your eye -- could it be?
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5 Questions to Ask Your Family Dentist

One of the biggest benefits of a family dentist is having a single place for all your oral health questions. But when your dentist asks if you have any questions at the end of ...
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Everything You Need to Know About Open Enrollment

It’s time for open enrollment! If you have changed or bought new health insurance benefits in the past four years, you might know a thing or two about open enrollment. But, if ...
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Can Cholesterol Medication Affect My Mouth?

If you have high cholesterol, you’ve probably been prescribed a statin. Statins are a type of medication that lower or control cholesterol levels. By reducing cholesterol ...
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Dehydration and How it Affects Your Teeth

Running to work, getting the kids ready for school and keeping up with daily chores -- we're constantly on-the-go. While trying to keep up with our busy schedules, staying ...
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Different Types of Contact Lenses

Contact lenses are the number one choice for many in need of vision correction. While others may prefer wearing glasses, lenses offer a certain freedom that they don’t want to ...
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