Mental health awareness
May is Mental Health Awareness Month and the perfect time to make sure you are caring for your oral, mental and overall health. Dr. Eileen Crespo, Vice President of Medical Services at Delta Dental of Minnesota, shared her recommendations for caring for your mental health during COVID-19.
Tips for creating a healthy routine for your family at home!
We asked Dr. Eileen Crespo, Vice President of Medical Services and practicing pediatrician of 20 years, how families can maintain a healthy routine while complying with stay-at-home orders and social distancing guidelines. Check out her tips here!
Vaping: Ask the Expert
How much do you know about vaping? We sat down with our Vice President of Medical Services to get answers to some common questions about e-cigarette use.
Mental health and oral health
Research has proven that there is a link between mental health and oral health. Find out how seasonal affective disorder, depression or anxiety could impact your smile.
Finding the right dental coverage for your small business
When it comes to being a competitive employer in the world of small business, offering dental insurance can help you stand out.
Four surprising dental statistics
All across America, people have greater access to preventive dental care than they did 50 years ago, but the numbers suggest we could be doing more to keep our mouths healthy. These surprising statistics hint at some oral health areas that could benefit from a bit more attention.
Eating right during pregnancy for your baby’s oral health
If you’re pregnant, you’ve probably heard a lot about how important your diet choices are for your developing baby. But did you know that what you eat also plays a crucial part in the development of your baby’s teeth? Celebrate Children’s Dental Health Month by learning which nutrients are especially important for teeth formation!
Should you brush your teeth in the shower?
For 4 percent of Americans, the shower is the ideal place to brush their teeth. But does your brushing location affect your smile?
Help your employees get the most out of their benefits
Because dental benefits have the potential to improve both oral and overall health, it’s important that employees make the most of their coverage. These simple steps can help encourage employees to leverage their dental benefits as effectively as possible: