Category Archives: Oral Health

Teledentistry comes to New Hampshire

It’s exciting to see new programs make a difference in oral health for youth and adolescents throughout our communities. February was Children’s Dental Health Month with successful events happening throughout the state, but it’s not stopping there. I’m happy to … Continue reading

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Oral Health Challenge at Northeast Delta Dental Stadium

It always brings me great pleasure seeing our young population getting involved in their own oral health and well-being. The 2016 Oral Health Challenge, a joint effort of Northeast Delta Dental and the New Hampshire Fisher Cats produced positive results.  … Continue reading

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Free Dental Care to Children of Boys & Girls Club

In my role as Chair of the New Hampshire State Board of Education, I advocate for quality early childhood education.  As President & CEO of Northeast Delta Dental, I have noticed over the years a need for more dental caries … Continue reading

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Dental Benefits for Veterans

I have been reflecting since Memorial Day and with Independence Day upon us, I wanted to share how grateful I am to those who have served our country and those who are currently serving.  I believe it is critical that … Continue reading

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New Year, New Ventures

Fourth quarter of 2014 has come and gone and because of some important initiatives here at Northeast Delta Dental, it went by fast. I truly can’t believe January of 2015 is halfway over. We had a great year at Northeast … Continue reading

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Don’t let your Halloween fun haunt your oral and overall health

There is a chill in the air and it’s finally starting to feel like fall. This past weekend, I participated in the Granite State 10 Miler to benefit the Concord Boys and Girls Club followed by the Making Strides Against … Continue reading

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Considerations for Selecting a Stand-Alone Dental Plan

Effective January 1, 2014, the Affordable Care Act (ACA) requires children to have dental coverage. (Major exceptions to this rule exist, including for those getting their health insurance through their employer.) Since pediatric dental coverage is now an “Essential Health … Continue reading

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