• Everything to Know About Root Canal Therapy (Infographic)

    Posted on November 28, 2018

    Root canal therapy – are there three scarier words in the entire universe of dental terms? While a root canal usually strikes fear into many patients, the procedure is actually more common – and much safer – than you might think. Share this Image On Your Site Please include attribution to mydrdental.com with this graphic. […]

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  • How Dental Health is Essential to our Overall Health

    Posted on December 12, 2016

    If you wanted to know how healthy you really are, what would be the best way to get an instantaneous, accurate, on-point and up-to-date health assessment? Step on a scale? Get an EKG? How about a detailed nutritional analysis or blood lab test results? While all of these methods can provide insight on your overall […]

  • Root Canal 101: Everything You Need to Know

    Posted on September 30, 2016

    Did your dentist tell you that you need a root canal? Millions of root canals are performed around the world every year, helping preserve tooth health and smiles of the patients. Yet, people are outright scared of the root canal treatment. It is important that this perception is changed. For this purpose, you need to […]

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  • Do I Have a Cavity?

    Posted on March 11, 2016

    Everything You Need to Know about Cavities: Stats, Signs & Symptoms and Successful Treatment Methods Any list of serious dental problems includes cavities. Other conditions will invariably surface – gingivitis, teeth misalignment (which require braces), uncontrolled plaque, wisdom teeth and a few others – but cavities are the one constant. They’re the first “bad” thing […]

  • How to Apply for Dental Coverage with Medicaid in New Hampshire

    Posted on October 29, 2014

    One of the best ways of reducing your medical bills without getting insurance is by applying for coverage with Medicaid. If you live in New Hampshire, you can easily apply for this federal and state program, reducing your medical costs by a considerable amount. If you or your family especially needs dental coverage, Medicaid can […]

  • How to Apply for Dental Coverage with Medicaid in Rhode Island

    Posted on October 27, 2014

    Rhode Island has embraced Medicaid in January 2014, offering many low-income adults the chance to avail discounted medical services. If you are a Medicaid member, you can also receive dental treatment at different clinics and hospitals across the nation, including Dr. Dental. If you still haven’t applied for this government-initiative, read on to find out […]

  • 5 Ways to Ensure Affordable Dentistry for Your Whole Family

    Posted on October 22, 2014

    Dental care doesn’t always come cheap. You may end up paying thousands of dollars to salvage one tooth and protect the rest. However, before you swear off any future dental appointments, here’s some good news: you can actually avail affordable dental procedures. All you need to do is carry out one or all of the […]

  • 5 Ways Regular Visits to Your Dentist Can Save You Money

    Posted on October 17, 2014

    Americans don’t visit dentists as often as they should. According to the American Dental Association, 32% of Americans with dental coverage and 74% without it have never had preventative care. Meanwhile, 7% with insurance and 28% without it say that they haven’t been to a dentist for 10 years. What’s even worse is that 3% […]

  • How to Apply for Dental Coverage with MassHealth (Medicaid) in Massachusetts

    Posted on October 16, 2014

    If you live in Massachusetts and are one of the four Americans without dental insurance, you don’t have to deprive yourself from dental care anymore. The state offers its own version of the popular Medicaid program under the name MassHealth. MassHealth standard eligibility requirements sometimes change with updated guidelines and state laws. If you want to […]

  • Want Healthy Teeth? Be Sure To Be Proactive About Dental Care

    Posted on March 28, 2013

    We all grew up being told brushing and flossing are the key to healthy teeth. In actuality, these two habits are just the first steps to a healthy mouth for a lifetime. Visiting the dentist every six months for a cleaning is a proactive way to prevent common dental problems, such as tooth decay, that […]