Archive for May, 2017

Get Local: Things to Do in and Around Tenafly May 22-29

We feel proud to work in such a great community. Every day, our patients let us know about different, fun events happening in and around Tenafly. We want to share some of these exciting happenings with all of our patients. Here are our picks for this week, May 22-29!     Monday, May 22th: Home […]

What Are HSA and FSA Savings Accounts?

Many employers have begun offering FSA or HSA options to their employees, which can provide additional savings on dental care. Health Savings Accounts (HSA) and Flexible Spending Accounts (FSA) are pre-tax accounts that can be used for medical expenses–eyeglasses, medical co-pays, dental services, etc. This post explores what they are, and how they can help […]

What Alternatives to Dental Insurance Are Out There?

Dental Insurance isn’t for everyone Dental insurance isn’t for everyone, and fortunately, there are great alternatives out there. Perhaps the first, most important thing to note about dental insurance is that IT IS NOTHING LIKE MEDICAL INSURANCE. In a Simple Dollar article written by Meghan Nesmith, an insurance coordinator at a dental practice in Sacramento […]

Root Canal Awareness Week: What is an Endodontist?

Endodontists are specialists in saving teeth It was not that long ago that the only effective treatment for a serious infection inside your tooth would be to remove that tooth. Thanks to endontontists, or root canal specialists, there are now many options when it comes to saving teeth. Endodontists have at least two years of […]

Get to Know: Dr. Adriana Correa, Root Canal Specialist

Our new series Get to Know allows you the opportunity to get to know East Madison Dental providers through interviews that look at each doctor’s specialty, strengths, experiences, and advice. Dr. Correa: “Endodontics is an evolving specialty- it is always changing and improving” Dr. Adriana Correa received her Doctorate of Dental Medicine at the University of Medicine […]

Navigating Dental Insurance: PPO, HMO, and YOU

How Dental Insurance Works At the end of 2016,around 66% of Americans had some time of dental insurance, making it a popular option for access to dental care. Dental insurance can be offered by your employer (where your employer pays a portion of your annual premium), or can be self-funded by you. There are a […]