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3 Tips to Make Mealtimes More Enjoyable With TMD

Dinnertime is a great opportunity to enjoy not only your meal, but also the company of friends and family. But a temporomandibular joint disorder (TMD) can drain the pleasure Read More

What To Do About White Spots on Teeth After Wearing Braces

The big day finally arrives when your braces come off. And there it is—your new, beautiful, straight smile! But on closer inspection you notice something else: tiny white spots Read More

You Don't Need to Pass a Football Like Patrick Mahomes to Remove a Loose Baby Tooth

Kids get pretty inventive pulling a loose primary (baby) tooth. After all, there's a profit motive involved (aka the Tooth Fairy). But a young Kansas City Chiefs fan may Read More

Give Your Child the 'Gift' of a Lifetime of Great Oral Health

Do you want to give your child something that will benefit them the rest of their life? Then give them the gift of healthy teeth and gums. Such a gift Read More

We May Be Able To Treat Some Bite Problems Early

In any given year, 4 million tweens and teens are in the process of having their teeth straightened with braces or clear aligners. It's so common we tend to Read More

Eating the Right Kind of Carbs Can Help You Avoid Gum Disease

There are great health benefits to eating better, including for your teeth and gums. But to determine your ideal diet, you'll have to come to terms with carbohydrates, the Read More

Vivica Fox and Zendaya Have This in Common: A Gorgeous Smile

Kill Bill fans have been pressing for a third installment of the stylized revenge tale since Kill Bill, Volume 2 hit the theaters in 2004. Finally, filmmaker Quentin Tarantino Read More

Are You at Risk for Tooth Decay? Answer These Questions To Find Out

Tooth decay is a destructive disease that could rob you of your teeth. But it doesn't appear out of nowhere—a number of factors can make it more likely you'll Read More

On World Oral Health Day Take Pride in Your Mouth With These Care Tips

Do you remember your first new car? It purred like a kitten with a brilliant finish you could see a mile away. And my, oh my, the attention you Read More

4 Tips for Maintaining Healthy Tooth Enamel

Enamel is the hardest substance in the human body, and for good reason—it's your teeth's first line of defense against wearing and harmful oral bacteria. But although enamel can Read More

As Antetokounmpo Knows, Even an NBA Star Can Be Sidelined by a Toothache

The NBA's reigning MVP Giannis Antetokounmpo may seem unstoppable, but he proved no match for a troubled tooth. Antetokounmpo, the self-proclaimed “Greek Freak,” missed one of the final three Read More

Removable or Bonded, Retainers Help Protect Your New Straighter Smile

The straightening process for a crooked smile doesn't end when the braces come off. There's one more crucial phase to undergo to make sure we don't lose the progress Read More

Help Your Dentures and Your Health by Taking Them Out at Night

Dentures have come a long way since George Washington's time. Today, they're more comfortable, more secure and more lifelike than our first president's famous hippopotamus ivory appliance. But one thing Read More

6 Signs Your Child Could Be Developing a Poor Bite

If your child has seen the dentist regularly, and brushed and flossed daily, there's a good chance they've avoided advanced tooth decay. But another problem might already be growing Read More

Van Halen's Passing Reminds Us of the Dangers of Oral Cancer and How to Help Prevent It

Fans everywhere were recently saddened by the news of musical legend Eddie Van Halen's death. Co-founder and lead guitarist for the iconic rock group Van Halen, the 65-year-old superstar Read More

Keep a Lid on Sugar This Holiday for Healthier Teeth and Gums

During this time of year, many of us dust off traditional family recipes and make our favorite holiday treats. There is, however, a small price to pay for all Read More

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