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Dental Benefit – Periodontal Disease and Your Health

Saturday, Nov. 21st 2020 9:20 AM

Periodontal disease is a common condition that ranges from simple gum inflammation to a serious disease causing major damage to the soft tissue and bone that support the teeth, and loss of teeth. Periodontal disease has also been linked with heart disease, stroke, and diabetes, as well as oral, esophageal, head and neck, pancreatic and lung cancers. Previous studies have suggested that chronic inflammation could provide the link. Risk factors for periodontal disease include genetic predisposition, smoking and hormonal changes in girls and women, which can make gums more sensitive so that it is easier for gingivitis to develop. People with reduced ability to fight infection due to diseases such as diabetes or treatment for cancer are also prone. Medications that limit the flow of saliva can also leave the mouth vulnerable to infections.

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Dental Benefit – Root Canal Therapy

Wednesday, Nov. 18th 2020 9:17 AM

For some people they question whether or not the really need a root canal when they do not have any pain. However it is important to know that many teeth that need root canal therapy will not cause pain. But that does not mean the tooth is okay. Your dentist and or endodontist specialist have ways to see if the tooth’s pulp is damaged or infected. If it is, then you will need root canal treatment, even if the tooth does not hurt.

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Dental Benefit – Baby Dental Care

Friday, Nov. 13th 2020 9:02 AM

Did you know that you should be cleaning your child’s mouth even before their teeth come in?

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Dental Benefit – PPO Deductibles

Tuesday, Nov. 10th 2020 9:00 AM

Many PPO and Indemnity insurance plan will have a specific dollar deductible. During a benefit period,(normally per calendar year) you personally will have to satisfy a portion of your dental bill before your benefit plan will contribute to your cost of dental treatment. Your plan information will describe how your deductible works. Plans do vary on this point. For instance, some dental plans will apply the deductible to diagnostic or preventive treatments, and others will not.

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Dental Benefit – Gingivitis

Friday, Nov. 6th 2020 8:57 AM

How do I know if I have gingivitis?

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Dental Benefit – Changing Dentists

Tuesday, Nov. 3rd 2020 2:21 PM

There may come a time where you will want to change dentist. It may be because of a move or just wanting a second opinion. Regardless of the reason why you want to change to a new dentist, most PPO plans allow you to visit any licensed dentist. Although with PPO’s you usually save money by choosing a plan provider. Keep in mind though if you choose to visit a dentist outside of the dental PPO’s network, you may have to submit claims yourself and pay the entire bill up front. So make sure you know how the dentist will file and submit claims.

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Dental Benefit – Question to Ask a Dentist

Friday, Oct. 30th 2020 12:49 PM

when seaching for a dental provider you may want to call the denal office to do futher reserch on the potential dental office. her are some questions you may want to ask

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Dental Benefit – Starting Your Search for a Dentist

Saturday, Oct. 24th 2020 12:29 PM

One of the best ways to find a list of dentists is by using the “Find a Dentist” tool on our website. Each plan we offer that has a network of providers we provide the link to search for dentist with the plan you are reviewing. If you have any questions about any of our dental insurance plan options or need help please call our office at 310-534-3444 M-F 8am-4pm

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Dental Benefit – Tips on Choosing a New Dental Provider

Tuesday, Oct. 20th 2020 10:19 AM

Before you start your search for the right dentist. It is a helpful idea to have some basic criteria that is important to you.

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Dental Benefit – Choosing a New Dental Provider

Thursday, Oct. 15th 2020 9:22 AM

Part of buying dental insurance is choosing a dentist. You may be able to keep your current dentist depending on the plan type you buy. but if you are new to the plan and do not have a dental provider then you may want to select an in-network dentist. For many people, choosing a new dentist comes down to simply polling friends and neighbors for a recommendation.

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Dental Benefit – Why choose a Plan Provider in a PPO

Friday, Oct. 9th 2020 9:08 AM

One of the benefits of of having or buying a PPO dental insurance plan is that you can choose your own dentist even it it means going to a non plan provider

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Dental Benefit and Deductibles

Monday, Oct. 5th 2020 8:15 AM

With regards to deductible in your insurance plan you should know whether or not your insurance plan is based on a Calendar year or a Contact year.

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Dental Benefit – Dental Care in Orange County California.

Thursday, Oct. 1st 2020 1:27 PM

Question: My mom is 70 and need to have some dental work done. She has not been to a dentist in a very long time and I want her to get the dental care she has been putting off. I will be paying for her care since she has very little money of her own. So I would like to have some thing affordable where I can get most if not all her dental need met.

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