Why dental care is important to your overall health
Youíve probably heard that dental health is an important part of overall health. But consider this: if a patient is suffering from periodontal disease, they are twice as likely to have heart disease or a stroke. And thereís also research linking poor oral health to diabetes, lung disease and premature births.
Fortunately, regular dental check-ups can help detect the early warning signs of certain health-related issues. Thatís just one reason why itís so important to take good care of your teeth and gums.
Routine check-ups, x-rays and cleanings. Coverage begins on your effective date and
thereís no deductible for these services.
Basic dental care like fillings and simple extractions after annual deductiable.
Major dental work, root canals and crowns. Youíll be covered after 12 months of
continuous coverage and your deductible is met.
Both in-network and out-of-network dental care. For the best savings, you should