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Keeping your smile healthy is an important part of keeping your body healthy. LifeSmile is an oral wellness program that helps you focus on your oral health and well-being with education and tips for improving and maintaining good dental health habits.
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A healthy mouth is more than just a nice smile. It helps you to eat, drink, talk and smile. And since oral health and overall health are connected, having a healthy smile can help keep the rest of your body healthy, too.
Learn more about what vaping is, what the dangers are and what you can do to help.
As one of the nation’s largest providers of dental benefits, Delta Dental has been and will continue to be a leading partner in the prevention of opioid abuse.
Community water fluoridation is a safe and cost-effective way to fight tooth decay and improve oral health.
Your dentist searches for clues that may point to other serious health issues.
Your child's oral health is important, and it's important to remember that as kids grow, their dental needs change.
Saliva is one of the most versatile, but underappreciated substances out there. Delta Dental has discovered saliva can even save your life.
Losing a tooth can be an exciting but scary time in a child’s life, and it’s important parents feel prepared when this milestone arrives.
Cavities don’t stop with childhood. Maintaining a good oral health care routine, with regular visits to the dentist, is important for seniors who want to keep their smile.
Medications are designed to help you feel better, but some can have negative side effects on your oral health.
Oral cancer is on the rise, but not for whom you may think. An increasing number of nonsmoking, young adults are at risk, but why?
When an older adult enters a long-term care facility, family and caregivers need to make sure oral hygiene remains a priority.
Many diseases can leave signs and symptoms in and around your mouth and jaw, making regular dental visits important for your oral and overall health.
View the latest issue of grin! magazine. It is full of news, notes and entertainment to keep your smile healthy and happy!