Small businesses face many challenges, but providing excellent, comprehensive benefits packages for your employees shouldn’t be one of them.
Good nutrition is important for your oral and overall health. Veggies are especially full of essential vitamins and minerals that help keep your smile and body healthy. But, it can be a challenge getting the recommended daily amount.
As a broker, your clients look to you to help them decide which benefits plans make the most sense for their company and employees.
It’s National Women’s Health Week and a great time for women to take control of their oral and overall health.
It’s common knowledge that regular exercise is a key component to a healthy lifestyle. But, here’s another reason to sweat – your smile.
A study with more than 12,000 participants observed the effects of exercise on dental health. Those who exercised consistently had healthier gums and fresher breath, compared to those didn’t exercise.
It’s patio season! May is National Barbecue Month and the perfect time to try new mouthwatering, good-for-you recipes.
May 4th is Bird Day and we’ve got birds on the brain. With spring’s songbird chirps in the air, it’s the perfect time to appreciate these wonderful creatures.
Birds are invaluable to our ecosystems. They help pollinate plants, keep insect and rodent populations down, and are natural cleaning crews.
Our feathered friends are amazing, but their smiles are especially fascinating.
Let’s take a look:
Managing stress can be trickier than choosing the winning case on Deal or No Deal. Stress causes many of us to fall into bad habits, which can be hazardous to our well-being.
Love, Orlando and flowers are all exciting “blooms.”
However, if you suffer from seasonal allergies, the last bloom may not sound so appealing.
It’s Earth Day! We love healthy smiles. We also love a healthy planet. So we’re here with interesting facts and helpful tips on ways your dental routine can “go green.”
Let’s take a look at the ways smiles affect the environment.