5 myths about dental implantsDental implants can be a great option for replacing damaged or missing teeth in spite of some misleading myths you may have heard.
6 myths and facts about oral cancerOral cancer is one of the deadliest diseases of the mouth, but misconceptions about the disease are common. Here are the facts behind six top myths.
All about dental implantsIf you lose a tooth, you don't need to have a gap in your grin. Learn how dental implants can help you eat comfortably, feel more confident and offer more comfort than dentures.
All about gum diseaseGum disease affects almost 80% of people sometime during their life, but you can work to prevent it by flossing and getting regular dental cleanings.
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.
Are oral health issues genetic?Your parents may have given you more than just your sense of humor. You might also have inherited an increased risk for dental problems.
Asthma and your oral healthAsthma can affect your mouth just as surely as your lungs. With the right preventive measures, you can lower these risks and maintain a healthy mouth.
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.
The risks of tooth whiteningBefore considering whitening your teeth, discuss the risks with your dentist ― especially if you plan to use a home bleaching system.
The truth about adult cavitiesYou might think that cavities are only a problem for sugar-loving kids, but adults can get them as well. Read this article for a quick look at what causes adult cavities and how to prevent them.
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.
What’s the difference between a bridge and an implant?Despite your best efforts, there may come a time when you need to have one or more teeth replaced. Will you go with a bridge or implant? Both options have a long and reliable history as teeth replacements, but there are differences to consider.