TruAssure Blog

Choose These Healthier Options of Your Favorite Foods

September 12, 2017.Individuals
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When you treat yourself to your favorite foods, you’re likely to splurge on something that isn’t very healthy for you. And, while brushing and flossing regularly are important for ensuring your teeth and gums are healthy and strong, too many unhealthy choices can damage your teeth over time. The good news: there are ways to trade high-sugar or starchy foods for healthier options, without sacrificing flavor. In the long run, your oral health will benefit from these substitutions.

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How Dental Benefits Can Improve Your Company

August 23, 2017.Brokers & General Agents
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Does your company stand out to job seekers? In the competition for talent, a great benefits package can mean the difference between standing out from competitors and getting lost in the crowd. But the value of great benefits doesn’t end there: they also help keep current employees happy and healthy. Dental insurance is one area in which you can build your offerings. Learn how dental benefits can make a difference.

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Back-To-School Oral Health Tips

August 22, 2017.Individuals

It’s hard to believe that summer is coming to a close and it’s time to adjust to a back-to-school mindset. Instead of days spent at the pool, your child’s free time will soon be filled with after-school sports, music lessons and homework. It’s best to begin thinking about their oral health needs now before the hectic school year begins.

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Recipe: Try This Tooth-Healthy Yogurt Parfait

August 8, 2017.Individuals

When packing your child’s school lunch, it can be tempting to buy a pre-packaged treat from the grocery store. While it’s easy to grab snacks on-the-go, they’re often not as healthy as you might think. Pre-packaged single-serving yogurt cups can be loaded with sugar.

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What To Do in a Dental Emergency

July 25, 2017.Individuals
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Even if your family has great oral health habits and visits the dentist regularly, there’s always a chance that the unexpected might happen. Whether your child experiences a tooth injury playing sports, or you develop sudden tooth pain, here’s what you need to know just in case a dental emergency occurs. If a Tooth Gets Knocked Out In the unlikely event that you or a family member loses a tooth — often from playing a sport or falling on a hard surface — don’t panic. Your dentist can likely put the tooth back in if you act quickly. After the tooth is knocked out, call your dentist immediately and try to get to their office within 30 minutes. The sooner they can address the knocked out tooth, the more likely they can safely place it back in. Before you head to the dentist’s office, either put the tooth back in [...]

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