New Year, New You

Need help picking a healthy New Year’s resolution? Don’t worry – we’ve got you covered. Here are 10 New Year’s resolutions that you’ll definitely want to steal. 1. Eat more fruits and vegetables. Eating a well-balanced diet, rich in fruits and vegetables will not only keep you healthy, but will decrease your risk of developing… Read more »

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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Self-Test: Signs You May Have a Vision Problem

Think you may need vision correction? You may be right – vision problems are probably more common than you think. According to the Vision Impact Institute, about 60 percent of the world needs some sort of vision correction. So while you are scheduling your next vision check-up, take this self-test to see if you could… Read more »

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Open Enrollment Period & Qualifying Events: What’s the Difference?

As a group administrator, you are probably all too familiar with that time of year when employees sign up for benefits – also known as the open enrollment period. But did you know there are instances where employees and their family members can enroll outside of this period? This special enrollment period takes place when… Read more »

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Individual Plan Pricing Model Updates In Progress

As part of our yearly updates, Individual plan pricing is being revised to an age-banded model. Under this new format, rates are adjusted according to the age of the subscriber and thereby better reflect the expected utilization of the consumer. Pricing will be based on the age of the subscriber in the following age ranges… Read more »

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Simplified Benefits Are Coming

Dental Select CEO, Brent Williams, joined a panel of healthcare luminaries to discuss a wide variety of health and wellness issues on Monday, October 17th, for the 2016 Utah Business Healthcare Roundtable. This year’s roundtable was hosted by Holland & Hart and moderated by Dave Gessel, who is the Executive Vice President for the Utah… Read more »

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Holiday Hours

Dental Select is thankful for all of our customers and wishes you a great Thanksgiving! Our staff will be released early as of 3:00PM MST today for last minute grocery shopping. We will also be closed Thursday and Friday for the holidays, but normal business hours will resume next week! Happy holidays!

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Small Business Saturday Means Big Business Opportunities

Small Business Saturday, one of America’s fastest growing events, is almost upon us. With shoppers being urged to buy locally, this special event falls the Saturday after Thanksgiving and celebrates small, local businesses. So how does this relate to your own business? It’s all about opportunity. So while consumers may be scouring the sidewalks for… Read more »

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The Truth About Tryptophan

As Thanksgiving approaches each year, many start to question the true connection between turkey and tiredness. We’ve all heard the claim that this traditional main course will make you sleepy after consumption. Many Americans even find themselves holding back from indulging upon that second serving. So the question is, are they really a few bites… Read more »

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FAQs: All About Employee Enrollment

Enrollment usually only happens once a year, so we don’t expect you to remember everything. We’re here to keep things easy and simple. Brush up on these FAQs to see how we can help your company through the annual enrollment process. Q:  If we need to send employee information, remind me how we can submit… Read more »

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General Dentist or Specialist? What to Know Before You Go.

By now you’re probably familiar with who your general dentist is. As your go-to provider, your general dentist manages your oral health and takes care of most your dental needs, which may include: dental exams, preventive care, fillings, crowns, veneers, bridges and root canals. But what about specialists? Who are they and what do they… Read more »

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