Wisdom Teeth: To Remove or Not to Remove?

Removing your wisdom teeth is an important decision. And whether they are impacted or not, wisdom teeth should always be closely monitored to make sure they won’t cause future problems. We know it can get confusing, so to help understand your options, we’ve put together a list of frequently asked questions and answers. As always,… Read more »

How To Save Electronic ID Cards

Did you know that Dental Select offers the convenience of electronic ID cards for our members? You likely have already encountered your patients bringing in ID cards on their Smartphones. Now what do you do? We understand that your office may still need a physical copy. In efforts to keep things simple for our member… Read more »

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Retire from Your Job, Not Your Benefits

Planning on retiring soon? Now may be the time to start thinking about how to handle your health benefits. Many seniors consider dropping their dental insurance due to financial reasons. But research shows that without these benefits, proper visits and preventive care tend to be ignored. Unfortunately this may end up costing you more with… Read more »

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Dentist Out of Network? Here’s How to Refer Them

Choosing a dentist can be as difficult as choosing a life-long companion. We know it’s an important decision and a pretty big commitment. That’s why we keep things simple by letting you select or change your dentist – anytime you’d like. And, in the event that your first-choice of dentists hasn’t signed up with us… Read more »

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Agents: 5 Reasons You Need an Individual Plan Link

Individual plan links are an easy way to earn credit towards commissions. They are simple to set up and effortless to manage. So if you aren’t taking advantage of this convenient tool to expand your clientele, here’s why you should be. Our individual plans are a perfect match for part-time employees, retirees or students that… Read more »

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8 Eye-Strain Tips for Computer Workers

Do you stare at a computer screen for a good portion of your day? As many Americans work in an office-related setting, vision problems related to eye-strain are becoming more and more common. Computer workers can have fatigue, headaches, eye twitches, eye redness and can lead to decreased productivity. Before these symptoms start negatively impacting… Read more »

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5 Reasons to Get to Know Your Dental Insurance Agency

At Dental Select, we aren’t your typical insurance agency because we put our partnerships first. We are always looking for ways to strengthen our relationships with dental providers. It’s not uncommon for dental agencies to work against providers, forcing the patient to become the “middle person”. We strive to keep communication direct and processes aligned, with a… Read more »

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Does Your Young Child Have A Vision Problem?

Preschool age is a critical time for any child to develop and learn. According to the American Public Health Association, 10% of young children have eye problems. The hard part is, getting early treatment as children this age will usually not express a vision problem verbally. Therefore, it’s important for parents to watch for any… Read more »

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How Does Smoking Affect Your Dental Health?

It’s not new news that smoking and other tobacco products can lead to advanced gum disease. In fact, half of gum disease in smokers is caused by smoking, meaning tobacco plays a huge role in its development. Tobacco products can also increase the speed of which gum disease advances. So if you smoke, your dental… Read more »

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Get a Quote in As Little As 48 Hours

Requesting a quote for clients is quick and easy. Whether it be for an existing or new group, we always want to provide the best quote possible. That’s why we aim for fast quote turnarounds with competitive pricing and flexible benefits. Want to find out what we can offer? Here’s how to get started:  … Read more »

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How To Brush Your Teeth

It’s important to know the proper technique of brushing your teeth to effectively remove plaque and prevent periodontal disease, gingivitis, and other serious oral conditions. To brush your teeth, you first need to choose a soft bristle brush that is an appropriate size for your mouth. If the brush is too big to reach the… Read more »

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