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Good oral hygiene and regular dental care are important throughout your life, so get the coverage you deserve.

Oral hygiene is the practice of keeping your teeth free from decay and your other mouth structures free from infection. This includes regular brushing and flossing. Dentists also highly recommends dental exams and cleaning at least twice a year to ensure good oral hygiene.

Oral hygiene is vital to an individual’s overall health and well-being. Studies have shown that untreated oral diseases may increase the risk of adverse health conditions. Thus, maintaining good oral hygiene is important in improving your oral health and overall well-being.

Your mouth and teeth affects your overall health

Regular visits to the dentist help prevents tooth loss along with early detection for other diseases.

Your mouth serves as the door to the internal parts of your body. The mouth also serves as a vantage point for detecting early symptoms of systemic diseases. Systemic diseases such as diabetes, and heart disease, often starts to become apparent as a mouth lesion or other dental problems such as gum infection. By visiting your dentist on a regular basis can help detect some of these things and allow you to seek treatment before major problems set in.

  • Take advantage of network provider’s discount pricing.

  • No waiting periods on Diagnostic & Preventative services

  • Diagnostic & preventative services, paid at 100% when using a network provider

  • No waiting periods on many major service if you are switching off of an existing plan.

  • Coverage from a company you can trust.

Dental x-ray

Coverage may not be available in all states

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