Is it Time for Your Dental X-Rays?

When most people think of x-rays, they think of the emergency room. X-rays are an imaging technology that allows a doctor to see what they can’t normally see with the naked eye. Of course that’s very helpful when it comes to diagnosing a broken bone, but x-rays’ only application isn’t reactive. X-rays are actually very… Read more »

Do You Need a Dental Bridge to Move Forward?

Suffering from tooth loss means that your life is changed — at least in the short term. Suddenly, you may no longer be able enjoy the foods that you used to eat. You may experience pain, both emotionally and physically. Further, you may feel uncomfortable with the appearance of your teeth. This will lead you… Read more »

You Can Fight Back Against Gum Disease

Gum disease is one of the most dangerous oral health conditions because it presents a slippery slope. Gingivitis is an early stage of gum disease, characterized by inflammation and swelling around the gum line. You may feel chronic discomfort and see acute redness around areas of your gum line. While this condition can be annoying… Read more »

Start Scheduling for the New Dental Benefits Year

While it’s only October, the new benefits year for 2019 is already on the horizon. If you’re making changes to your insurance coverage for the next calendar year, you should understand what your coverage includes and what care you’re entitled to. If you’ve been waiting for the new benefits year to receive the dental treatment… Read more »

Make Dental Insurance Changes During Open Enrollment

Open enrollment for insurance is right around the corner, so now is the time to start thinking about what you want your coverage to look like in 2019. Everyone knows they need health insurance, even if it can feel like a tough expense to swallow at the time. In an effort to save money, sometimes… Read more »