Oral & Vision Health Blog

Carnivore or Plant-based Diets: Which Is Best for Your Teeth?

You’re gathered around the table, ready for another meal. Looking around the room, you see so many options. Meats, chesses, fruits, vegetables -- how can you ever decide? With ...
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Five Healthier Holiday Foods for Your Teeth and Vision

Dinner parties, family gatherings, corporate outings -- the holiday season is here! We’re used to this time of year taking a toll on our wallets and waistlines, but if you’re ...
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5 Reasons Why You Should Brush Your Tongue

You know that it is important to brush your teeth twice a day to maintain good oral health, but did you also know how important it is to brush your tongue? Just like our teeth, ...
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What Are One-Day Implants and Should You Get Them?

Dental implants are one of the most common ways to replace a lost tooth. Despite the cost, implants continue to rise in popularity due to their convenience and lasting power ...
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The Connection Between Blurry Vision and Diabetes

According to the American Diabetes Association (ADA), people with type 1 diabetes are at higher risk for eye complications. When most people think of diabetes, they think of ...
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Food trends: What’s really good or bad for your teeth?

Turmeric, acai bowls, avocado toast, oat milk, celery water – it seems like there’s always a new food trend we should incorporate into our daily lives. Most of us tend to focus ...
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Blue Light Lenses: Are They Right For You?

If you work in an office, you might have noticed more and more people are wearing glasses without a prescription. Why?
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What does medically necessary mean?

There are a lot of terms in the insurance industry that can be quite confusing. Acute care, allowable charge, benefit year, co-payment – what do any of these words mean? We ...
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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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