Dental benefits through Gartner
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For good oral health, the American Dental Association recommends that you brush your teeth twice a day and floss once per day. But brushing and flossing aren’t the only ways to keep your mouth healthy and clean. Getting regular dental care can help you avoid gum disease, reduce your risk of root canals or gum surgery, and have better breath and overall health. When you see a dentist regularly, he or she is also able to diagnose and treat any problems faster, which improves your long-term health.
If you are enrolled in Gartner's Cigna dental plan, you'll have coverage for a number of different dental services, such as cleanings, fillings, and X-rays. To learn more about your benefits, call (800) 244-6224 or tap the button below to visit Cigna's website.
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