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How To Make Sure Your Child isn’t the 1 in 4 with an Undetected Vision Issue

It is hard to imagine that newborn babies can only see about eight to 12 inches away, with anything beyond all a blur. It...

Delta Dental of Arizona Increasing Access to Care for Patients with Special Needs

According to the 2023 Delta Dental of Arizona Oral Health Survey, there is a significant increase in the number of individuals (77%) who believe...

How to Make Flossing Fun for Kids

While they may seem insignificant, baby teeth are vital to the development of a child’s mouth. Flossing should start when the child has two...

Frequently Asked Questions About Braces

Many parents will at some time in their lives need to consider braces for their child or children, which always comes with a myriad...

Winter Sports that need Mouth guards

Hockey Close contact and flying pucks are all dangerous to the pearly whites. Wearing a mouthguard protects the teeth, gums and tongue. Skiing and Snowboarding Flying down...

Eye Protection and Sports

Whether they are helping judge a sharp turn down the ski slope or when to hit an oncoming pitch, eyes are key players in...

Free Cookbook with Recipes Curated by Nutrition, Dental Experts

Neighborhood Outreach Access to Health (NOAH) and Delta Dental of Arizona partnered on a free cookbook made in collaboration with nutritionists and oral health...

Food for Thought

You are what you eat! There is a direct connection between the foods that toddlers, children, and teens eat and both their oral and...

Your Child’s Eyes as they Age

Through a child’s eyes, the world can be full of wonder, where everyday objects possess extraordinary powers, and simple pleasures create lasting memories. However,...

Did You Know?

Delta Dental of Arizona has been providing vision benefits across Arizona since 2007. DeltaVision (administered by EyeMed Vision Care) is affordable, convenient vision insurance...

Sugar-Fighting Swaps…

Eating too much sugar at lunch time, or at any meal throughout the day, is bad for kids’ oral and overall health and can...

Oral Health and Your Kids

Cavities are one of the most common chronic diseases among children in the U.S. About one in five children ages 5 to 11 has...

Oral Health and Children with Special Needs

Children with special needs are at higher risk for oral health issues for a variety of reasons. Often, medications have high sugar content, causing...

February is National Children’s Dental Health Month at The Children’s Museum of Phoenix

The Children’s Museum of Phoenix and Delta Dental of Arizona Foundation (DDAZF) have partnered to bring oral health programming to the Museum for the...

Party Articles

Out-of-the Box Birthday Party Ideas

Wanting to do something a little extra special for your child’s next birthday party? Maybe it’s a milestone birthday—like turning double digits or entering...

Party Etiquette

Whether you’re hosting a party or attending one, you may be wondering—do people really RSVP anymore? What about goodie bags, are those still a...

How to Throw a Birthday Party that Won’t Break the Bank

I remember the days when birthday parties consisted of colorful balloons, streamers, a simple cake, and the classics like musical chairs and tag with...

How to do a drive-by birthday party

As we get deeper into quarantine, people have gotten creative with birthday celebrations. One result: the drive-by birthday party.

Home pool party? Hire a lifeguard!

Drowning happens silently and quickly. That’s why children are at risk even when — and sometimes especially when — adults are nearby. Even a "designated...