Chew on this: The health of your teeth and gums relates to many other health conditions.

More than 8 in 10 (83%) adults say oral health is important to them, although only about half of all adults recognize the important connection between oral health and overall health and wellness.2

For instance, pregnancy may make a woman more prone to periodontal (gum) disease and cavities. What's more, poor oral health during pregnancy can lead to poor health outcomes for the mother and baby.3

Regular dental visits reveal so much more than your toothpaste flavor preferences at a cleaning (mint, or bubblegum?). What your dentist sees in your mouth can actually reveal the risk, or even the presence — of other health issues, including:

With more than 130,000 providers nationwide, Guardian offers one of the largest dental networks, so chances are good your dentist is in our network, or you can find a network dentist near you.

Choose dental benefits that support oral health and well-being for the long term

Dental benefits from Guardian are simple to understand and use — for you, and your whole family. And because your employer offers these benefits, you can save even more on the dental care you need. Designed with feedback from our own members, our dental plans focus on preventive care that’s easy to access and afford, so you can leave no stone — or tooth — unturned when it comes to your overall well-being.

Here are just a few of the features our members asked for:

  • Extra cleanings for people with qualifying medical conditions
  • Discounted access to byte,® an at-home invisible orthodontic aligner
  • Urgent dental consultations from home via teledentistry
Ready to start your journey to a healthier smile? Remember to review the Guardian dental plans available to you and your family during open enrollment.

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