Dental X-Rays: Your Questions, Our Answers

Let’s talk about x-rays. Sure you’ve had them at your dental visits, but have you ever asked your dentist why? X-rays are a useful tool with many benefits. Read on as we shed some light on commonly asked dental x-ray questions. Why do dentists need x-rays? Dentists perform x-rays to check for issues with the… Read more »

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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Should You See a General Dentist or Specialist?

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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When to Start Taking Children to the Dentist 

Picture this: It’s 3:00 a.m. and you’re up with a crying, teething baby. A quick look in their mouth confirms that their first, tiny tooth is making its grand entrance. Sure you are focused on your wailing child and lack of sleep, but have you thought about scheduling their first dental visit yet? It could… Read more »

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Dentists: 5 Reasons Why We Recommend EDI 

Electronic Data Interchange (EDI) is the electronic exchange of data between a provider’s office and Dental Select. With a multitude of reasons of why, many providers have already made the switch. So have you considered submitting your claims electronically? Here are five reasons why we recommend EDI for your practice. 1. You will get paid… Read more »

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Getting Started with Vision Insurance

AFTER REVIEWING YOUR COMPANY’S BENEFITS, HERE’S WHAT TO DO NEXT. HOW TO BECOME A MEMBER: There are three easy steps to begin using your vision benefits. 1: Complete the enrollment form, and return to your company’s benefit representative. 2: Receive or download your ID cards. Keep in mind, your dentist can always verify eligibility by contacting… Read more »

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Getting Started with Dental Insurance

After reviewing your company’s benefits, here’s what to do next.   HOW TO BECOME A MEMBER:  There are three easy steps to begin using your dental benefits. 1: Complete the enrollment form, and return to your company’s benefit representative. 2: Receive or download your ID cards. Keep in mind, your dentist can always verify eligibility… Read more »

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Commonly Asked Vision Questions

Learn more about using your vision benefits. How often do I need an eye exam? Unless otherwise directed by your doctor, it is recommended to see your vision provider once a year. Who can I call for assistance? Customer Care is responsible for all phone inquiries including eligibility, benefits, ID card requests, updating information and addressing… Read more »

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Brushing Up on Your Child’s Dental Health

You asked, and we answered. HERE ARE THE MOST COMMONLY ASKED QUESTIONS ABOUT CHILDREN AND THEIR ORAL HEALTH. Ages What age do I start taking my child to the dentist? The American Academy of Pediatric Dentistry (AAPD) recommends that a child go to the dentist by age 1 or within six months of their first… Read more »

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Commonly Asked Dental Questions

How often do I need a dental exam? Unless otherwise directed by your doctor, it is recommended that you visit your dentist twice a year for a dental exam. Who can I call for assistance? Customer Care is responsible for all phone inquiries including eligibility, benefits, ID card requests, updating information and addressing claims issues…. Read more »

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