Preventive care is key for adults and kiddos. You can help little ones brush their smiles—but what about flossing?
14% of Americans would rather clean the toilet than floss their teeth and that mindset is something parents can change by educating kids at an early age.
Sweets, carbs and meats are what pregnant women want most (in that order). But what happens when you’re starving for sashimi or begging for Brie? Here’s how to cope with common off-limit cravings:
Nothing makes toothbrush timing more fun than glitter. Make sure little ones are brushing for the full 2 minutes with this 3-step DIY craft.
Virginia is for lovers, and it’s also for presidents! The commonwealth is the birthplace of 8 presidents – more than any other state.
Healthy employees are more productive, but almost half of employees don’t fully understand their company’s coverage options, according to a nationwide survey. The best way for employees to take full advantage of their plan is to understand its features. Use this guide as your insurance assistant to encourage your employees to use their benefits:
A little vitamin D makes a big difference when it comes to healthy teeth.
It helps your body absorb calcium and phosphate, strengthening and protecting tooth enamel. Sun exposure is the easiest way for us to get vitamin D, but if it’s cloudy or you’re stuck in the office, sunshine is in short supply.
Luckily these natural foods can give you your daily dose of vitamin D:
Be honest: When was the last time you saw the dentist?
No more excuses! We’re here to refute the reasons people are reluctant to visit the dentist:
We all know that sometimes dental care can be costly.
Luckily, there are ways you can budget for your next dental procedure. We’ve adapted 3 of our favorite idioms to help you pinch a penny and prep financially:
Studying and snacking go hand-in-hand. Feeding kids hummus over sweets affects their smile, body and brain. Younger years are critical for cranium development, so use these tips to provide proper nutrition this school year.