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I need Dental Insurance for $15 or Less A Month – Dental Benefit

Sunday, Jan. 16th 2022 6:04 AM

Question: Is there any dental insurance plans that I can get for a signal person for only $15.00 or less a month.  So far all the plans I see for dental insurance are around $30 – $45 or more a month. I am even willing to have longer waiting periods if that will help reduce my monthly cost.  I have no major dental needs but I hate not having dental insurance just in case something was to come up.  

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Looking for Dental Insurance  – Dental Benefit

Thursday, Jan. 13th 2022 9:39 AM

Question: I have been without dental insurance for over two years now when I was no longer accepted on my parents plan.   Now I am on my own trying to get dental insurance but the truth of the matter is I really do not understand how dental insurance works.  What is better for me to get a dental HMO or a dental PPO.   

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Dental Benefit – Kids and Tooth Enamel

Monday, Jan. 10th 2022 9:54 AM

Erosion Experts say tooth enamel erosion is on the rise, especially in children. The reason for that, some say today’s kids get too many acidic drinks and sodas. Try to switching to bottled water, instead of soda whenever possible, doing this is not only good for your child teeth but his/her overall wellness.

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Dental Benefit – Grinding Teeth

Friday, Jan. 7th 2022 6:52 AM

Over time Bruxism, or teeth-grinding, can wear down or fracture the enamel due to constant clenching. Bruxism can also ground down the upper and lower front teeth.

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Dental Benefit – The Dental Health Problem With Dry Mouth

Tuesday, Jan. 4th 2022 6:49 AM

Your saliva takes care of acids in the mouth that erode your teeth. It also helps restore tooth enamel. However, if you have a dry mouth caused by a drug side effect or a health condition, the acids stick around longer, causing more damage to your teeth.

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Dental Benefit – Beware of Your Dental Care if You Have Eating and Digestive Problems 

Friday, Dec. 31st 2021 9:47 AM

Some health conditions can damage your tooth enamel. Enamel erosion can happen from the eating disorder such as bulimia, Acid reflux, stomach problems, and other eating disorders, when stomach acid enters the mouth because of frequent vomiting.

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Dental Benefit – Teeth Sensitivity and Tooth Decay 

Tuesday, Dec. 28th 2021 9:44 AM

When your tooth enamel is damaged, the inner layer gets exposed, and dental decay can start. Cavities are not the only problem.  Teeth with damaged tooth enamel can react to extreme heat or cold. Eating ice cream or sipping hot coffee can be a painful, or at least unpleasant.

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Dental Benefit – Enamel Erosion and Cavities

Sunday, Dec. 26th 2021 9:42 AM

As hard as your tooth enamel is, it can be breached. Acids from foods and bacteria eat away at the tooth enamel, causing erosion and cavities. Tooth enamel can also be chipped or cracked. Unlike bone, however it does not grow back on its own. The damage is permanent.
 

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Dental Benefit – What Makes Your Teeth White?

Thursday, Dec. 23rd 2021 9:40 AM

Your tooth enamel might seem white, but really it is clear. Light can shine through it. The layer underneath, dentin, shows through, and that is what makes a tooth look light or dark.     

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Dental Benefit – How Enamel Protects Your Teeth

Sunday, Dec. 19th 2021 9:37 AM

When you think of tooth enamel you can compare it to an eggshell. Like and eggshell, tooth enamel protects the soft part of the tooth inside. Unlike an egg’s outer layer, though, enamel is tough. It is the hardest substance in your body. With some luck and good dental care and proper at home oral habits it can withstand decades of biting, chewing, and crunching.

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Dental Benefit – Periodontitis and Dental Insurance

Wednesday, Dec. 15th 2021 6:20 AM

According to the World Health Organization, around 60 percent of all adults suffer from gum inflammation and are in need of dental treatment. With that said dental treatments for gums can become very costly without having some dental insurance to help reduce the cost of services. 

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Dental Benefit – Periodontitis 

Sunday, Dec. 12th 2021 6:16 AM

If your gums bleed when brushing your teeth or biting into an apple, this condition could be pointing to periodontitis. Periodontitis is an inflammatory disease of the periodontal apparatus. Bacterial plaque attacks the bones,over time, the tooth could loosen. Leaving the disease untreated could lead to tooth loss.    

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Combating Periodontal Pathogens – Dental Benefit

Thursday, Dec. 9th 2021 6:13 AM

Periodontitis is a common ailment. If the inflammation remains untreated, it could lead to tooth loss. However, it is also suspected of triggering many other diseases, like cardiopulmonary diseases. Researchers are studying the interactions, and developing compounds to combat the causative agents.

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