Aloe vera can soothe mouth painsCold sores, fever blisters and canker sores can be painful, but you don't have to suffer while waiting for them to go away. Try aloe vera for natural relief.
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.
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.
Is your job bad for your teeth?Does your career put your teeth at risk? Find out which industries are linked to oral health risks — and what you can do to protect your mouth.
What you should know about TMJMillions of American adults suffer from chronic facial pain. The cause this pain may be related to one or both of the temporomandibular (TM) joints.
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.
Your dentist can spot acid refluxYou may recognize heartburn, but persistent symptoms can be a sign of a more serious condition. Your dentist can spot acid reflux before you do.