Dental

National Hot Tea Month & Your Teeth

cup of hot tea

Just in time for winter, it’s National Hot Tea Month. Did you know that tea has a ton of health benefits? Read on to find out!

Top 7 Health Benefits of Tea

  1. First, tea contains antioxidants.
  2. Second, tea has less caffeine than coffee. Herbal blends have NO caffeine which is way better for you.
  3. Thirdly, tea may reduce your risk of a heart attack and stroke.
  4. Fourth, tea may help with weight loss.
  5. Fifth, tea may help protect your bones.
  6. Sixth, no stained teeth.
  7. Finally, it’ll boost your immune system.

Not a Tea Fan? Drink Water!

Helps keep your mouth clean – Drinking water does not replace brushing and flossing, but it can help wash away food particles and keep your saliva levels high.

Strengthens your teeth- In some countries, tap water contains added fluoride. Fluoride is a mineral known for being effective at preventing cavities and tooth decay. The right amount of fluoride in your water can help strengthen your teeth.

Prevents Dry Mouth- Your saliva is 99% water! If you don’t drink water regularly, you can get dry mouth. Dry mouth is a condition in which the salivary glands don’t produce enough saliva to keep your mouth wet, and it can cause you to have difficulties chewing or swallowing.

Get a Dental Plan During National Hot Tea Month

The Argus Freedom Plan gives members have the freedom to choose the best quality care.

With no waiting periods, no claims forms, and no deductibles, the Argus Freedom Plan offers easy to use dental coverage. Members have the freedom to access any dentist of their choice. They can also enjoy additional savings when using an in-network provider.

The Argus Master Plan offers plans as low as $8.95 per month! Families need flexible dental and vision coverage, and a plan that tailors to their needs.

Put together a checklist of the regular services you need to receive, and the one-off services that might be necessary. Check out Argus’ dental plans! Argus has coverage for individuals and families.