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World’s sixth most common cancer increasing among younger adults; Delta Dental looks to educate and support early detection research
The Delta Dental Foundation announced the recipients of its seventh annual Community Mini-Grant Program designed to support activities that address the oral health needs of residents in Michigan, Ohio and Indiana.
Consider these stocking stuffer ideas for ways to make brushing fun for your kids, or if you're just looking for unique holiday gifts.
Halloween brings one of the most difficult challenges for parents and dentists, keeping children’s teeth healthy and clean.
When thinking of a typical athlete’s uniform, a helmet, jersey, shoes and gloves might come to mind. Yet in today’s world of high-contact sports, Delta Dental of Indiana urges athletes to always remember another important piece of equipment: a mouth guard.
There are plenty of items to check off the back-to-school list – backpacks, calculators, pens, pencils and art supplies – but your back-to-school checklist isn’t complete without a visit to the dentist, according to Delta Dental.
Now that school is out and summer is in full swing, images of fairgrounds, ballparks and carnivals might dance around in the minds of many kids looking for fun during the season. Often times, with these fun activities comes an abundance of tasty, sugary treats. Yet, did you know that one of the most popular summer treats commonly found at these events was created by a dentist?
The Delta Dental Foundation is currently seeking applications from community-based oral health programs and organizations in Michigan, Ohio and Indiana for its annual Community Mini-Grant Program. A submission deadline of September 3, 2012 has been set.
The following is a statement from Laura Czelada, CPA, President and Chief Executive Officer of Delta Dental of Michigan, Ohio and Indiana.
A recent study of American children’s oral health, conducted on behalf of Delta Dental finds that poor and infrequent brushing may be the biggest obstacle in keeping children from good oral health.