4 easiest ways to care for your gums
When we think about a healthy mouth, most of us picture pearly teeth – but in fact the health of your gums is just as important! Your gums are so important that there is an entire month (September) devoted to their care.
[email protected] returns for Minnesota’s first- and second-graders!
We are proud to announce that, following last year’s successful kickoff, Delta Dental of Minnesota Foundation will again provide oral health kits and lesson plans to Minnesota’s first-graders and their teachers.
5 foods you didn’t know were good for your teeth
Know which foods help teeth stay healthy and reach for one of these tooth-friendly options when snack time rolls around:
Tips for choosing the dentist that’s right for you
Whether you’ve moved to a new city, switched insurance providers, or are just looking for a new dentist, it can feel tricky to know where to start.
How to take care of your pup’s teeth
Did you know that 85% of dogs over the age of 4 have periodontal disease? Oral health is an important part of your dog’s overall health, and untreated dental disease can cause discomfort and pain, as well as permanent damage and loss of teeth and gum tissue.
Preparing your teeth for the Minnesota State Fair
The end of August means two things for Minnesotans: The close of summer, and the beginning of the Great Minnesota Get-Together.
Athletes and oral health: How your routine affects your smile
Exercise can be great for your lungs. It also strengthens muscles, helps prevent heart disease, builds endurance and even improves your mood. But it may not be so great for your teeth.
How to choose the best mouthwash for you
While mouth rinse has been around in some form for thousands of years, the number of options available for purchase has increased from 15 to over 100 in the last 50 years alone.
3 Reasons why gardening is the perfect metaphor for dental hygiene
There’s just something about digging in the dirt and planting a tiny seed that grows and bears food that is magical to me. Gardening also requires daily maintenance and care, which is why it’s the perfect metaphor for dental hygiene and oral health.