A Bright White Smile - Teeth Whitening

Updated: 2/27/2020 After years of pouring wine, coffee and soft drinks over your teeth, you may be looking in the mirror wondering if you can ever recover the pearly whites…

Updated: 2/27/2020 Over 50% of the United States has fluoridated drinking water. However, growing concern is mounting about the adverse effects of fluoride – especially when flushed into our drinking…

Young Employees

A recent article from Fox News suggests that many graduating college students have not factored in a key element to being hired for a job: their overall appearance.

Your teeth are constructed of three layers: The enamel, dentin and roots of the tooth. The enamel is the hard outer surface of the teeth that covers the dentin. The dentin covers the roots. When the enamel of your teeth is worn away and the dentin is exposed, your teeth become sensitive to hot, cold, sweet or sour foods. There are several factors that cause the dentin on your teeth to be exposed and they are all preventable or treatable!

Updated: 2/27/2020 Dental decay is on the rise in the U.S., yet more and more people are without an affordable dental plan. Affordable dental insurance seems almost non-existent, and yet,…

Updated: 2/28/2020 Affordable dental plan options are totally available to you if you’re in need of dental care. If you’re like me and have often been betrayed by your sweet…

How to Win at the Dentist

From your wallet to your mouth itself, going to the dentist can be a real pain. Most people do not enjoy visits to the dentist office and put them off for as long as possible. However, delaying your dentist visit can often lead to more extensive work to get your mouth in shape, and to more exorbitant costs for difficult procedures – not to mention if you have to see a specialist!

Dental Emergency. Use a Discount Dental Plan Immediately!

Updated: 3/2/2020 Toothaches always seem to come at inopportune times, but you can’t ignore the pain. Sometimes the ache hits during the weekend, when you’re unable to get dental help….

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?

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