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What You Need to Know About Your Oral Health

When it comes to protecting your oral health, most people need to know more than just how many times a day they should brush. Even if you brush...

Chewing Gum May Remove as Much Bacteria as Brushing

Chewing gum has long been linked to a number of positive oral health benefits, including fighting cavities to improving saliva flow. Now a new study has discovered that...

Oral Problems Could Signify an Eating Disorder

Individuals suffering from eating disorders typically hide their disease, making it difficult for their doctors to detect. However, a dentist can see the signs that indicate eating disorders,...

Thumb-Sucking Not Always a Harmless Habit

For young children and babies, thumb-sucking ranks as a perfectly normal habit. Most babies suck their thumbs, while some even take it a step further to include fingers,...

Could Black Tea Really Fight Oral Bacteria?

Are you worried about oral bacteria? Researchers claim that drinking at least three cups of tea a day could help strengthen the health of teeth and reduce the...

Oral Health Problems for Athletes a ‘Pressing Concern’

Poor oral health impacting athletes’ general health and performance shows little signs of improvement and must be addressed, states a group of UCL led health experts and sporting...

Severe Gum Disease a Global Concern

Even though most people give their oral health little consideration until something goes wrong, maintaining strong teeth and gums remains vital to protecting an individual’s overall health. In...

Even Recommended Daily Sugar Intake Too Much to Prevent Tooth Decay

In the U.S., approximately 92 percent of adults between the ages of 20 to 64 suffer from dental carries - a condition more commonly known as tooth decay...

TMJ and Your Ideal Bite

  Finding your own ideal jaw position can be key to helping your teeth and mouth work the very best. The place that your teeth, joints, and muscles...