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The power of a healthy smile

Dental insurance is the third-most requested benefit among employees, after medical insurance and retirement. It’s no coincidence – dental benefits have been shown to improve oral health and overall well-being. You want talented workers, and they expect benefit packages that work to protect their overall health.

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Healthy employees are productive employees.

Give your employees the confidence they deserve. Nearly 1 in 5 adults avoid smiling, feel embarrassed and have anxiety due to the condition of their teeth. Your employees don’t have to be among them. People with a healthy smile are:

  • More confident
  • More successful
  • Happier

Your bottom line matters.

When employees have access to health benefits, they are far more likely to seek preventive care – which means stopping big, and expensive, issues from ever occurring.

The numbers don’t lie: Just $1 spent on preventive care saves $8-$50 on more serious care. More than $6 billion of productivity is lost every year as employees miss work to address oral health issues. That’s 164 million lost work hours – much of which could be saved with an annual dental check-up!

Recruiting talent is crucial.

More and more, job seekers are seriously considering benefit packages when choosing jobs.

  • Nearly 90 percent of job seekers say benefit options could swing their choice between employers.
  • Employers have taken notice, 75 percent of workers say their employers now offer dental benefits.

The numbers speak for themselves.

Employees satisfied with their benefit packages are three times more likely to stay with an employer. In fact, nearly 70 percent of workers who are dissatisfied with their benefits say improvements to them could entice them to stay.

Trust the experts: The Delta Dental Difference

For more than 30 years, we’ve focused on improving oral health across the communities we serve. Nationwide Delta Dental provides dental coverage to more than 89 million people in more than 112,000 groups across the nation.

Our members trust us to provide better service, better networks and better health. It’s a reputation we’re proud to have earned.

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