Summertime means we’re reaching for something cold and refreshing more often to keep us hydrated. Sometimes that means grabbing a sports drink, soda or juice loaded with sugar—but it doesn’t have to.
This project uses an ice tray, Play-Doh, and pipe cleaners to illustrate the importance of flossing! Teaching kids to floss just got a whole lot easier.
Coloring books are back—but in a grown-up way. Add these printable adult coloring book pages to your waiting room package!
Use National Smile Month in June to improve your understanding of the connection between our mouth and body and power of our smiles!
Learn the truth behind kids’ “fruit” drinks and see if your child is creating issues for their oral and overall health with their sugary drink consumption.
Looking for a Mother’s Day activity to make with the kiddos? This beautiful “stained-glass” toothbrush holder is a fond memory you can cherish and use!
Learn the connection between oral health and joint inflammation, plus how to brush and floss with arthritis.
Consumers today want clean offices, and there is always room for improvement. Learn three simple tips for making your dental office greener.
April is Oral Cancer Awareness Month. We want you to learn the basics so you can reduce your risk. Here, you'll get a better idea of what to look out for.
The foods that cause tooth decay aren’t limited to sugars and sweets. Knowing other foods that cause tooth decay can help you make better choices for your oral and overall health.
An Explanation of Benefits (EOB) is a piece of paper or electronic document you receive from an insurance company like Delta Dental of Iowa. Let's talk about it.
While vaping appears to cause less health problems than smoking, issues have begun emerging with some of the most prevalent affecting oral & vision health.
Because individuals diagnosed with diabetes have high blood sugar levels, they often have problems with their teeth and gums, making dental care for diabetics a critical part of care.
If you’re adding these holiday food favorites to your list, keep in mind they are holiday foods that cause cavities and opt for a low sugar version.
We know insurance can be awfully confusing. So to make sure you're getting the most from your plan, we break down the insurance lingo with this visual guide.
A 2013 survey found that 51% of U.S. adults were unable to identify common health insurance terms. Here are four commonly confused dental definitions.