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Dental Benefits Plan

DENTAL BENEFITS PLAN

With terms like PPO, HMO, in-network, and out-of-network to describe dental benefits plan, it’s no surprise that many don’t understand how to make the most of their plan. This means you may be overlooking benefits that are critical to maintaining your oral health.

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Fresher Breath

5 Ways to Fresher Breath

Love waking up to the smell of coffee? Think twice before you reach for a cup! Your daily dose of Joe — and other habits that can easily escape your notice — could be giving you a bad case of morning breath. But fear not! Bad breath, or “halitosis”, doesn’t have to ruin your day. Nip the problem in the (taste)buds by giving these simple tips a try:Read More

Child Dental Anxiety

Tips For Your Child’s Dental Anxiety

Dental anxiety is prevalent among young children and, in many cases, can stem from an adult’s own dental fears (whether you recognize them or not). If left unmanaged, going to the dentist can become an unpleasant ordeal for children. But it doesn’t have to be that way.Read More

7 Surprising Foods for Your Teeth

7 Surprising Foods for Your Teeth

Wine, coffee and tea–it’s the trifecta of tooth-staining foods that almost everyone knows to avoid in order to protect their pearly whites. These beverages, however, are just the beginning of a long list of foods that can sabotage your smile, and chances are that many are flying undetected right
Receding Gums and Periodontal symptoms

Receding Gums and Periodontal symptoms

No cavities, no problem, right? Wrong! Even the straightest and whitest of teeth can fall prey to a serious case of receding gums, a common condition that can sneak up and do some damage before many individuals realize it’s even a problem.While a surefire way to detect and treat it is with regular visits to the Local Dentist,

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What Are Sealant ?

What Are Sealant ?

Imagine you could protect your smile and preserve good oral health. Would you do it? In all likelihood the answer is yes and, with sealants, you can.
Few oral issues can be fully preempted or prevented. After all, genetics and other factors canRead More

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