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Costumes, Candy, and Care: Safety Reminders for the Family this Halloween

Halloween is a fun time for the entire family. This special holiday encourages creativity, strengthens community spirit, and gives us all an excuse to dress up. To help prevent accidents and injuries that could spoil the holiday or worse, we offer the following safety reminders for Halloween. Choose Safe Costumes Halloween costumes should be made of flame-resistant fabric. Colors should be bright and reflective, or...

Do I Need To Offer My Employees Dental & Vision Plans?

Under the Affordable Care Act (ACA), employers with 50 or more full-time employees must provide health insurance or pay a hefty penalty to the IRS. Smaller companies that are not required to provide health insurance to their employees can benefit from the Small Employer Health Care Tax Credit under ACA, provided they pay at least half of their employees’ health insurance premiums. But what about...

Is Dental Insurance Worth It If I Only See My Dentist For Cleanings?

We all know the importance of having medical insurance with the rising costs of healthcare today. But what about dental insurance? Is it worth it if your oral health is good, you brush and floss regularly, and you only see your dentist twice a year for a cleaning and exam? Dental Insurance Is Different Than Medical Insurance Dental insurance is a completely different product than...

Will Dental Insurance Cover Mouth Injuries?

Millions of teeth are knocked out every year in athletic events. Injuries affecting the face and mouth account for a significant number of common sports injuries. If you are active in sports, or if you have children who are, you may be wondering if your dental insurance covers mouth injuries. The answer depends on what kind of coverage you have, and the type of injury...

How Seeing A Dentist Can Improve Your Overall Health

Most people know that seeing a dentist regularly is good for oral health and the appearance of your smile. But not everyone knows that it can also improve your overall health. Oral health is more important than most people realize. The Connection Between Oral Health and Overall Health Oral health provides clues about your general health, and problems in the mouth can affect the entire...