April 4, 2016
Self-Fund Your Dental Plan

Gary R. Goodhile, CLU
Principal and Co-Owner
With all of the focus that is put into managing and controlling health care cost today, it amazes me how many organizations fail to take advantage of one of the most effective and least disruptive cost saving strategies available to employers with 150 or more covered employees; self-funding your dental plan.  There is a reason why one of the largest dental insurers in the country, Met Life, will not self-fund dental plans with fewer than 500 employees.  It is called PROFIT!  Believe me, all of the other dental players would prefer to have you insure your plan as well (they would prefer to keep the money rather than have you reap the financial reward).  Read
Bad Breath?
Brought to you by Nan Maley, RN
Director of Corporate Wellness
Bad breath? Brush your tongue!
Giving your tongue a gentle brushing removes dead cells, bacteria and food debris.  Use a soft-bristled toothbrush or a flexible tongue scraper.  Another option is to use a toothbrush with a built-in tongue cleaner on the back.  Be sure to brush your teeth and tongue at least twice a day.

Bad breath? Drink more water!  If your morning breath seems to last all day, you may not be drinking enough water.  Keeping your mouth moist helps wash away food particles and bacteria, which helps keep bad breath at bay.
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