What would a tropical drink be without these decorative devices? Whether crazy or straight—straws certainly don’t suck. Other than the 24 hours following tooth removal, we don’t see any reason to skip on straws.
Whether you’ve been laid off or terminated, losing a job is stressful. Aside from income insecurity, you have health and dental insurance to worry about. Here are 3 options to consider during your employment transition:
Is your smile ready for another epic Summer Olympics? To amp up your excitement, we’re looking back to when grins grabbed the gold. Here are our favorite moments:
You should never skip breakfast—unless of course it’s for brunch—then you should definitely skip it. Come Saturday morning, brunch takes over breakfast by stealing the “break” and dropping the “fast.” Brunch has bountiful benefits, but these are our favorites:
The 17th Annual Delta Dental Pro-Am for Kids, which took place on May 26, raised more than $100,000 for the Boys & Girls Clubs of Southwest Virginia (BGCSWVA). Since it began in 2000, the event has contributed more than 1 million dollars to the non-profit. This unique golf tournament and auction pairs three amateurs with a Virginia golf professional, and the professionals compete for a share of a $10,000 purse provided by Allstate. This year’s champion was Roanoke’s own Tommy Joyce, who shot a 66.
Whether it’s prepping for a presentation or planning a party, nervous habits always seem to sneak into our lives—and mouths. Virginia falls in the top 20 for most stressed out states in the nation, so we’re sure nervous habits are in no short supply across our state.
Continue to clear up your insurance confusion with our Dental Benefits 103 Infographic:
A serious diagnosis. High treatment costs. An outfit choice. These are all examples of when you may need a second opinion.
We’ve heard it all before: Summer’s sugary treats can harm teeth. Running on a pool deck can result in dental disaster. Though they’re important, watch out for these 3 not-so-predictable pearly white pitfalls this summer:
From currency and cuisine to electrical outlets and hand gestures, traveling outside of the U.S. is, well—different. And your insurance is no exception. Fortunately, just like your jetlag, coverage can come with you overseas. Many dental insurance plans cover at least some portion of dental emergencies.*