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AcciDENTAL Injuries: What to Do When You Have No Dental Insurance

Posted by Danielle Adams

Apr 9, 2014 6:29:00 PM

Dental Emergency

Quick! You or someone you love is in serious tooth or mouth pain. What do you do?

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Topics: Dental Emergency, Infographics, Oral Hygiene

Filling the Gaps in ACA Coverage

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Mar 26, 2014 5:29:12 PM

gaps in ACA coverage

Whether you’re a news junkie or not, you’re probably aware: Americans have a big deadline on the immediate horizon (March 31st to be exact), and it’s affecting the way millions of us are looking at health care.

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Topics: Healthcare, Affordable Care Act, Infographics

Longing for a Celebrity Smile? The Cost and Process of Veneers

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Mar 9, 2014 9:00:00 AM

Guide to Veneers

Last Sunday’s Academy Awards marked the end of “Red Carpet Season.”


And while fans and the media were all abuzz about what the stars were wearing, who won what, and their favorite performances that night, many also noticed another celebrity accessory: Their beautiful smiles.

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Topics: Veneers, Dental Costs

Formula to Improve Dental Health: Is Your Diet Measuring Up?

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Mar 4, 2014 2:03:00 PM

Improve Dental Health

The same advice that people get when they're trying to lose weight applies to good dental care - eat less sugar, replace it with healthy foods and throw in a solid mix of antioxidants that boost the immune system and ward off illnesses.

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Topics: Foods to Avoid, Foods for Oral Health

In Honor of National Tooth Fairy Day: Tips to “Work” the Magic

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Feb 28, 2014 1:18:46 PM

 National Tooth Fairy Day

The myth of the Tooth Fairy dates back to early Europe and was originally invented to calm young children’s fears about losing their baby teeth. Today, it remains a tradition, spanning generations and continents.

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Topics: Baby Teeth, Childrens Dental Care, Tooth Fairy

6 Tips to Get Kids Brushing Their Teeth Regularly

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Feb 25, 2014 4:11:01 PM

Kids Brushing Their Teeth

Parents look forward to seeing their kids in the morning and they enjoy tucking them in at night, but one part of getting them ready for their day or for bed is notoriously difficult. We’re talking, of course, of getting them to brush their teeth. (Don’t panic.)

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Topics: Brushing, Childrens Dental Care

Dental Care for Children and the Affordable Care Act: What Parents Need to Know

Posted by Danielle Powers

Feb 20, 2014 9:01:00 AM

Dental Care for Children and the Affordable Care Act

Trying to get one’s arms around the ACA and its impact on dental care is no mean feat. Even attorneys have been struggling to make sense of it all. So, with this in mind, I’ve attempted to simplify things by answering some of our employee’s and member’s most common questions.

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Topics: Affordable Care Act, Childrens Dental Care

Making Oral Hygiene Fun: Dental Activities for Kids

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Feb 12, 2014 11:00:43 AM

Dental Hygiene Activities for Kids

Certain stages of parenting are infamous… from the “terrible twos” to the moody teen years. But regardless of the age or stage of your children, most parents share this battle: Motivating kids to care for their teeth and gums.

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Topics: Brushing, Childrens Dental Care

Dental Health Activities for Kids [Download]

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Feb 10, 2014 5:13:00 PM

Dental Health Activities for Kids

It's not exactly easy to convince your kids that brushing has long-term benefits for their health, and we know that you, as parents, have plenty of other things on your plate. So how are you supposed to make dental hygiene more play and less work?

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Topics: Dental Health, Childrens Dental Care

Benefits and Losses: How the ACA Has Affected Dental Care for Part-Time Workers

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Feb 10, 2014 9:47:00 AM

Dental care for part time

Some call it the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act or, more simply, the Affordable Care Act. Others call it Obamacare. But there’s one thing almost everyone agrees on: Understanding this massive overhaul of our healthcare system (the most significant since 1965)and the benefits one may or may not be entitled to as a resultis no mean feat.

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Topics: Voluntary Benefits, Affordable Care Act, Part-Time Benefits

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