Maintaining dental coverage can help retirees maintain health

07/30/2014 | National Underwriter Life & Health

Poor oral health can contribute to heart disease, diabetes and other chronic illnesses, but many retirees forgo dental insurance, writes Tom Dimmer, vice president of business development at Renaissance Dental. Investing in preventive care can avert the cost of treatment for serious health issues later, Dimmer writes, noting that advisers can help soon-to-be and recent retirees understand the value of carrying dental coverage.

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