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Tips and tricks for avoiding scary Halloween treats

Read these quick tips to save your family from the ghosts and goblins of tooth decay.

Spooky-licious Pumpkin Soup

This warm soup is the perfect dish to fill you up on a cold eerie October evening. Boo!

Can adults wear braces? The answer is YES!

Braces aren’t just for teenagers — it’s never too late to improve your dental health and beautify your smile.

Healthy Aging Month: How to keep your smile for life

The majority of baby boomers will maintain their natural teeth over their lifetime, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC).

Sports mouthguards help prevent oral injuries

Keeping your smile protected doesn’t end with a visit to the dentist and good oral hygiene.

Start the school year with a smile: 3 back-to-school tips

It’s the start of a new school year, and your kids are set with new clothes and school supplies. But don’t forget about oral health!

We heard you! A new processing policy makes it easier to remember your cleanings & exams

You asked, and we listened. As of June 1, 2017, we changed the way we process your annual cleanings and exams.

Can swimming hurt your teeth?

Unlike boxing or football, swimming doesn’t usually have a bad reputation with dentists. But spending too much time in the pool or ocean can affect your mouth. Here’s how.

3-in-a calendar year cleanings help TRDP diabetics practice good oral hygiene

With its emphasis on diagnostic and preventive care, the TRICARE Retiree Dental Program (TRDP) can help enrollees avoid the risk of gum disease and other health issues associated with diabetes.

FAQ: How many cleanings per year are covered under the TRDP?

We’ve got the answer for you—and explain it in easy-to-understand terms.

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