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.*
85% of people need to get their wisdom teeth extracted at some point in their lifetime. In the past decade, the wisdom on wisdom teeth has advanced. Though some things have stayed the same, a lot has changed. Here’s what you need to know:
When it comes to dental care, you have choices. Many employers offer dental insurance to their employees. If you don’t have group dental insurance through an employer, you have the option to purchase individual insurance on your own. Or you can choose a dental discount plan.
Chocolate, peanut butter, caramel — OH MY! This delicious donut doesn’t sound very tooth-friendly. But we promise it is.
With 18 years of school behind them and summer ahead of them, we’re willing to bet your kids are more concerned with a healthy tan than health insurance. That’s where you come in.
74% of Americans cite Mexican as their favorite cuisine, but this Americanized favorite doesn’t have to be sinful. It’s important to pick healthy alternatives to your favorite Mexican dishes, as the food we eat affects the health of both our bodies and our teeth. Your body is a system—healthy eating patterns can help prevent tooth decay and gum disease. So make the most of your Mexican with these get-fit recipes:
It seems strange to place middle-aged adults in the same category as BLTs and PB&Js. But instead of 2 slices of bread, adults are finding themselves financially “sandwiched” between 2 generations: their children and aging parents.