Brighter Smiles, Better Health

Most people know the importance of brushing their teeth, flossing, and seeing the dentist. But oral health is more than just avoiding cavities — it’s like a peek into our overall health. By taking care of your teeth and gums, you’re not just preventing dental issues; you’re also warding off serious diseases and keeping chronic conditions in check.

Here Are Three Reasons Oral Health is Important:

  1. Preserve Teeth, Maintain Facial Structure: Prioritizing oral health helps prevent tooth loss, preserving your facial structure and promoting overall well-being.
  2. Guard Against Disease: Oral health problems heighten the risk of diseases such as endocarditis and respiratory infections, impacting your overall health.
  3. Prioritize Oral Health with Chronic Conditions: Managing oral health is critical for people with chronic conditions like diabetes, reducing the risk of complications and aiding in disease management.

Get to Know Your Dental Benefits

The timing of your eligibility for dental benefits will depend on both the medical plan you are on and how long you have been working. Call the Trust Office to confirm if you are eligible for dental benefits.

Click here to learn more about your dental plan.