Wangi Wangi, NSW; Feb 26,2014: Getting children to brush and floss every day isn’t always easy and smooth, especially when parents have lot of other things on their plate. But, what happen if dental hygiene could become just a little more fun? Latestcosmeticdentistry.com, a leading provider of dental savings plans, has created an online project center just for kids and senior citizens in celebration of National Kid’s Dental Health Month.
“We want parents and educators to have thorough knowledge that we are a resource for dental health,” says Cameron Luken, president of Latestcosmeticdentistry.com. “Educating and engaging children and senior citizens about good oral health habits can be useful to their health and wellbeing as adult.”
Our project center contains dental related tricks and games that will have kids smiling and learning in a fun way!
1. Cosmetic Dentistry Books: Teach kids and senior citizens how to take care of their teeth with our Healthy Smiles Coloring Book. Kids can color, while learning the steps to a bright smile on each page.
2. Individual Dental Health Tips Books: Kids or Senior citizen can take help from this easy-to-make origami tooth envelope to hold their lost teeth for the tooth fairy. You’ll find instructions and pictures, plus, a tooth fairy-patterned printout to make your envelope. This activity can help lessen the fear of losing a tooth, and get kids excited for the “tooth fairy’s” arrival.
Latestcosmeticdentistry.com is a site dedicated to providing various families with alternatives to dental insurance and those left in the gap not covered by the Affordable Healthcare Act. While the ACA defines dental care services as an Essential Health Benefit (EHB) for children (up to 18 years), this does not mean that dental care will automatically be a part of a family’s insurance plan or that they will be covered. The ACA marketplaces are required to offer dental plans, but they may be different from the medical plan and sold as stand-alone policies. It is these stand-alone policies that worry experts and deter consumers from the health exchanges.
Families who opt not to purchase a helpful dental health plan for their kids won’t be penalized. And if they do purchase a helpful dental plan, it won’t be eligible for a federal subsidy, even if they are eligible for purchasing their overall Dental health plan. And most insurance doesn’t cover special orthodontic procedures, like braces, whereas many dental savings plans offer savings on such procedures.