Emergency Dental FAQ

What should I do if my child's baby tooth is knocked out? Contact your pediatric dentist as soon as possible. The baby tooth should not be replanted because of the potential for subsequent damage to the developing permanent tooth. What should I ...

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Top Super Bowl Foods to Avoid for Dental Health

This coming Sunday, the Super Bowl will take place, which for most people means fun, football and food. While there's certainly nothing wrong with enjoying some treats during the big game, if you're concerned about your dental care, then you ...

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3 Ways You Can Save a Smile For Children’s Dental Health Month

For many parents, seeing their children smile is a gift they get to see every day. But, for parents of children born with cleft deformities, seeing their child smile for the first time would be life changing.  Around the world, approximately ...

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Mom Tips and Tricks for Children’s Dental Health Month

Teaching your kids the importance of dental health at a young age could save you from paying out-of-pocket for a cavity or two at the dentist, especially if you don’t have family dental insurance. According to the American Center for Disease ...

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January Sweet Tooth by DentalPlans.com

What better way to enjoy the winter weather than with a nice, comforting cup of hot chocolate?!  We’ve found an interesting twist on the classic treat with this recipe featuring Nutella from Audriana’s Vanity. As with all sweets, remember to brush ...

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12 Tips for Healthy Finances in the New Year

The New Year is a great time to make positive changes in your life. Unfortunately, some changes cost a significant amount of money. Purchasing a gym membership, going to the dentist, or working fewer hours can help your physical and ...

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5 Ways Xylitol Reduces Your Dental Bills

Are you tired of dipping into your savings account to cover dental work? With today’s higher cost of living, staying healthy with preventative measures helps you avoid emptying your wallet to pay for expensive dental treatments. Xylitol is a naturally occurring sugar ...

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10 Dental News Stories You Might Have Missed

Whether it be the best ways to save at the dentist, or the newest dental procedure to get the smile you’ve always wanted, dental care tips and tricks have been all over the news recently. In case you missed them, we’ve ...

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A Year in the Life of Savings

I have had Aetna Dental Access since 9/12/2011. This plan has saved me SO much money on my teeth. I had many estimates to get my teeth fixed but they were too expensive. I have waited over 15 years to ...

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5 Ways to Save on Your Dental Care Bills in 2012

Are your dental care bills breaking the bank due to a lack of dental insurance? Rough economic times have resulted in nearly 10 million Americans losing their dental insurance benefits in the past few years. Plus, according to the Consumer Reports ...

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