Anxiety disorders and your oral healthSome anxiety is a normal part of life, but high levels can affect your oral health just like your mental health. Here's what to look for, and what you can do to prevent issues.
Dental health care for Alzheimer's patientsDental health problems in Alzheimer’s patients can lead to pain, unmanageable behavior and the need for extensive dental treatment. Follow these tips to help manage your loved one's oral health.
Feeling stressed? Your dentist can tellDuring routine dental examinations and cleanings, dentists can detect oral symptoms of stress. If you’re feeling stressed, watch out for the following stress-related disorders.
Holiday stress and your oral healthEconomic pressures, family visits, holiday shopping, travel. These stresses may show up in your mouth. Maintain your oral health through the holidays.
Oral health and depressionDepression and oral health are more closely linked that you might think. Learn about the relationship between maintaining a healthy mouth and keeping a healthy mood.
Teens and dental opioidsOpioid addiction and abuse is a growing problem among teens. Here's a look at the reasons why, both societal and biological.
Why laughter is often the best medicineLaughter is essential for your health and well-being. Learn how your mood and your health are linked and why a spoonful of laughter is often the best medicine around.