Oral & Vision Health Blog

Is dental insurance expensive?

Life is expensive, especially when you’re just “starting out.” Housing, groceries, school, social life…it all adds up. With all of your various expenses, including medical ...
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Is There a Connection Between Dental X-rays and Thyroid Cancer?

 Thyroid cancer is the eighth most common cancer in America. Over the past 10 years, it appears that this cancer has been on the rise. But experts state one of the reasons for ...
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Top 5 Websites for Children's Oral Health Information

It seems every other week, there’s a new social media post about the best way to parent or some new tip that’s trending. It’s hard to keep up with opinions, medical changes and ...
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Parent Hack: 3 Surprisingly Simple Ways to Save Money When Using Dental Insurance 

You have dental insurance: excellent! You’re already ahead of the game when it comes to saving your family money at the dentist. While having a dental plan and using it to its ...
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7 Top Reasons to Sign Up with a Dental Savings Plan

  “If Betty jumped over a bridge, would you too?” Who doesn’t know this famous line, used by parents all over the world to respond to their kids when they want to do something ...
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What's the Bleaching Truth on Teeth Whitening?

Aesthetics are increasingly important in the modern age. We like to look our best and, with the rise in life expectancy brought on by recent medical innovations, want to look ...
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5 Ways to Quit Smoking in the New Year

The ball has dropped, and many of us have made our New Year’s resolutions. If you’re a smoker, you may have made the resolution to quit smoking many times before…only to light ...
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Don’t Forget About Dental Coverage for Your Small Business

Health benefits are a major concern for most Americans. The open enrollment period for coverage under the Affordable Care Act (ACA) is winding down. That means time is running ...
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3 Reasons Why Your Kids Will Love Water Flossing

Flossing is critical to your child’s dental health routine, but at least one study shows that not very many kids and teens actually do it.
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