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Renaissance Dental Helps 4,000 Children in Georgia Head Start Preschools


Renaissance Dental’s Brush! ® Program provides literacy-based oral health education materials and information to children. Georgia’s Ledger-Enquirer newspaper provides details on the 52-week program and the impact is has for children entering kindergarten.

Grant Awards $45,000 to Support Oral Health


Renaissance Dental and their affiliate, Renaissance Family Foundation, are working together to fight cavities in children and to educate communities on good oral health.

'Good News From Schools:' Lilburn Elementary Receives Portion of $45,000 Grant


Renaissance Dental and the Renaissance Family Foundation are proud to be part of the "Good News from Schools" series in Georgia's Gwinnett Daily Post. A $45,000 grant will help provide school children with dental sealants and oral health education materials.

Renaissance Offers Flexible Options for Small Biz


Dental insurance is a great added benefit for employee recruitment and retention. To help small businesses keep their employees healthy, NSBA features the flexible plan options from Renaissance Dental tailored to meet the needs of small business owners.

See Why the Original Beverage is Still the Best: Infographic


The Houston Chronicle features our infographic outlining how water is still the best beverage out there when it comes to oral health.

See Why the Original Beverage is Still the Best [Infographic]


San Francisco Gate highlights our Rethink Your Drink message with our health conscious infographic.

Renaissance Dental Joins the Live Very Well Insurance Exchange


Renaissance Dental continues to make an impact on supplementary exchange plans by joining the Live Very Well private insurance exchange,

Why the Cheapest "Retirement Investment" is Also Critical to Your Health


Featured in the Las Vegas Review Journal, Dr. Jed Jacobson, Renaissance Dental's Chief Science Officer, explains how oral and overall health are connected. Plus, he outlines the value of keeping your dental coverage as you get older, since that's when you'll likely need that coverage the most.

Why the Cheapest 'Retirement Investment' is Also Critical to Your Health


This in-depth piece outlines the importance of oral health for everyone as they get older. Dr. Jed Jacobson, Renaissance Dental's Chief Science Officer, highlights the importance of dental coverage and counteracting diseases such as cardiovascular disease, diabetes, oral cancer, and more.

Retiree Dental Care: Less Coverage, Greater Risk


Renaissance Dental's Chief Science Officer Dr. Jed Jacobson, DDS, MS, MPH discusses the importance of keeping retiree dental coverage and maintaining good oral health care. More people are retiring with their teeth, and Dr. Jed Jacobson explains the value of continuing dental coverage on your health and your wallet.
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