Dentists, your child and oral health
From the first visit through their teenage years, your child’s dentist has an essential role in their oral health.
Preventive care in the new year
If you and your family’s annual maximum restarts in the new year, now is a great time to schedule checkups and cleanings. But fitting those trips into your busy schedule can be tough. We’ve got some tips and resources to help ease the burden.
Questions to ask your dental benefits broker
Your benefits broker is the person you rely on to understand your company’s unique needs and concerns, and to use that knowledge to recommend the best coverage options for your business. Your broker is trained to gather and convey the right information, but it can still be helpful for you to know what questions to ask your broker. Consider the questions below.
How can I tell if I have a cavity?
Many people identify toothaches with a for-sure tooth cavity, but in fact being able to tell if you have a cavity is a little more complicated. There’s no sure way to identify a cavity without a professional evaluation, so it’s best to see your dentist regularly.
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:
Understanding dual coverage
If you’re covered by two dental benefits plans, you have dual coverage. It’s not uncommon, but it can get a little complicated. Here’s how it works:
How dental benefits help employers stay competitive
Full compensation packages that include dental coverage can help you stand out from your competition. Not only do they make you look more attractive from the outside, but they also help you save time and money. Read on to learn why dental coverage is a key part of keeping ahead of the pack.
Evaluating a dental provider: What to look for
Brush up on which aspects are most important when evaluating a dental benefits provider with our quick guide below.
Prevent oral cancer from growing
While April is Oral Cancer Awareness Month, every month is a chance to help prevent oral cancer from growing. Oral cancer is known as a lifestyle disease, which means you can dramatically reduce your risk by adjusting your daily habits.