Oral & Vision Health Blog

Toothbrush Buying Tutorial: Electric, Power, Manual—and the Differences Between Them

Take a stroll down the toothbrush/toothpaste aisle in the grocery store, and it’s easy to get overwhelmed. So many choices. Do electric and power ones clean better than manual? ...
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Guest Blogger: Should You Bite On Dental Insurance? Top Factors to Consider When Looking for Dental Coverage

Dental insurance is one of those things that people will admit they might need, but because of how expensive it can be, may avoid biting into it at all. They assume they’ll never ...
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Dental in the Federal and State Marketplaces: Consumer Tips for Shopping for Dental Plans

CHILDREN’S DENTAL IS YOUR CHOICE ON EXCHANGES—5 TIPS TO MAKE IT A WISE ONEPediatric dental coverage – defined as dental benefits for anyone through age 18 – is part of the ...
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The Blood Sugar-Oral Health Connection: Manage Diabetes with Good Oral Hygiene

Did you know oral health plays a significant role in the body's overall health, particularly when it comes to certain chronic conditions such as diabetes?  Diabetes affects how a ...
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Is your child a tooth grinder? Find out how you can help!

You tip toe into your sleeping child's room for one last goodnight kiss, and expect to hear the sound of peaceful, quiet breathing. Except instead you hear his teeth grinding ...
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Oral Health Tips: Is Fluoride in Drinking Water Bad for You?

Studies have long shown that adding fluoride to drinking water has helped prevent tooth decay in children and adults. Now, a recent study out of Australia found that adults with ...
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Open Access = Easy Access to Your Ancillary Benefits Needs

What makes Solstice’s ancillary benefits plans—such as dental and vision—stand out from the rest? Three words: open access network!
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What You Need to Know About Dental Implants

A dental implant procedure is when an oral surgeon or periodontist surgically places an artificial tooth that's permanently fused in the jawbone. Decades ago, if you lost a ...
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