A dental insurance plan can help you prevent cavities in your baby’s mouth. Baby teeth are just as important as the adult variety. If a primary tooth is lost too…

Some Cereal Has More Sugar Than Dessert

Everybody loves a good bowl of cereal. But recently, scientists have discovered that this easy and delicious breakfast item could be contributing to many oral health issues, including decay. If…

Dental Insurance for Single Men

Single men enjoying life may not view oral health as a high priority, but proper care can prevent a lot of problems in your future. Everyone’s general well-being includes healthy…

Unemployment continues to hover slightly above 10% since October of 2009 – a 100% increase since 2007. As mergers, pay-cuts and lay-offs become an ever-present reality with no exceptions or loyalties, independently preparing for a “rainy-day” is a good idea to say the least. Understanding the times and learning how to adapt equals survival for you and your family. By following the five steps below, you’ll discover levels of financial security and independence that will allow you to survive in an uncertain economy.

Family

When you need to take care of your family, you shouldn’t have to worry about the cost. Going to the dentist is stressful enough by itself without going broke. Fortunately,…

Writing Check for Cheap, Affordable Dental Care

According to a recent poll in June 2009, 35% of those surveyed said they or another member of their household skipped dentist visits or checkups due to cost. Most likely, this number has increased dramatically in the last several months. So, is there no way to continue having necessary oral work done even in an economy like this? Is there any cheap option available?

If you have shopped around for dental insurance recently, you were probably bombarded with different companies offering different types of plans for all different types of coverage.  Some of the…

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