Claudia Rojas

Claudia Rojas

Claudia Rojas is a Digital Marketing Specialist with 5+ years in content development, social strategy, and more. She joined Delta Dental of Illinois in Oct. 2022 and currently focuses on website management, social media strategies, email marketing, and blogs. 

Blog posts by this Author:

  • Do You Need Antibiotics Before Your Dental Visit?

    Learn more about antibiotics and which dental procedures may require them.

  • What Should You Look For in Your Toothpaste, Floss and Mouthwash?

    Discover the secrets to finding the perfect oral health care products. Don't let the overwhelming choices confuse you; our expert guide will lead you to the best toothpaste, floss, and mouthwash.

  • Back-to-School Checklist: Don't Forget to Add Dental Appointments

    Delta Dental of Illinois offers tips to help prevent health-related school absences This school year, Delta Dental of Illinois wants to remind Illinois parents to include a dental appointment on the back-to-school checklist. Having a healthy smile can help improve kids' concentration and performance in the classroom and may help reduce school absences.

  • Take Care of Your Toothbrush To Safeguard Your Smile

    Your toothbrush is a vital part of maintaining healthy teeth and gums. But you need to take proper care of it, so it can take care of you! Use the tips below to choose the right toothbrush, keep it clean, and store it properly, both at home and on the road.

  • Who Goes There? Food Friend or Foe?

    When you think about maintaining a healthy smile, what probably comes to mind is brushing your teeth, flossing and visiting your dentist regularly. But there’s more to oral health. A healthy diet can help prevent or slow the effects of tooth decay and gum disease.

  • Good News About Fighting Bad Breath

    Bad breath, also known as halitosis, can be embarrassing. But it’s usually curable and quite common. In fact, more than 50% of the world’s population has issues with bad breath. Here’s what you can do to help avoid this problem.

  • Three Ways to Show You Care About Remote Employees' Health

    Three ways to show you care about remote employees’ health. Even when they work outside the office, you can help employees maintain good oral health.

  • Strawberry Cheesecake Overnight Oats

    Strawberry cheesecake for breakfast? Yes, please! See how quickly and easily you can make this delicious strawberry cheesecake overnight oats recipe to brighten up your morning.

  • The Facts About Oral Cancer: Screenings, Symptoms, and Prevention

    Learn about the importance of regular screenings and the warning signs to look out for. Catching oral cancer early can greatly improve your chances of successful treatment.

  • Reducing Oral Health Obstacles for Disabled Children

    Disabled children can be more likely to have oral health problems. That’s why it’s especially important to help them with daily oral hygiene and make regular dental visits comfortable for them.

  • How to Prevent Gum Disease and Maintain a Healthy Smile

    According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, half of Americans aged 30 or older have periodontitis, or gum disease. Periodontitis can lead to tooth loss, affect overall health and be aggravated by poor oral health habits, smoking, medication and an unhealthy diet.1 In honor of Gum Disease Awareness Month, take a moment to learn how periodontal (gum) disease can affect your health and how to prevent it.

  • The Link Between Gum Disease and Heart Disease

    Heart disease is a leading cause of death in the United States, and studies show a relationship between heart disease and gum disease. Learn how how a healthy smile can lead to a healthy heart. Gum disease, also referred to as periodontal disease, is an infection and inflammation of the gum tissues and bone that hold your teeth in place. In its early stage, it’s called gingivitis and can cause inflamed, red gums that bleed.

  • Strengthen Your Dental Strategy With Fluoride

    Prevention, prevention, prevention. Dental coverage puts a lot of focus on avoiding oral health problems — so much so that benefit plans usually cover routine checkups and cleanings at 100%.

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