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As the New Year Begins, Here's a Fresh Look at the Effects of Alcohol on Your Oral Health

Throughout much of the world, January 1st signifies the first day of a brand new year. It's also commemorated by many as National Hangover Day—aptly so, as scores of 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

Unpleasant Cracked Mouth Corners Can Be Treated and Prevented

Ever have a paper cut or an irritated hangnail? They're not considered major health problems, but, boy, can they sting! Something similar can occur in the corners of your mouth Read More

3 Things You Should Do to Protect Your Teeth Later in Life

Entering your “sunset” years doesn't mean you're washed up—you still have a lot to offer the world. That's why the theme for this May's Older Americans Month (sponsored by Read More

"Tooth, Heal Thyself" May Soon Be a Reality

Although dental care has made incredible advances over the last century, the underlying approach to treating tooth decay has changed little. Today’s dentists treat a decayed tooth in much Read More

Do This for Your Dental Health Before, During and After Cancer Treatment

Although cancer treatment has advanced steadily in recent decades, the most used therapies continue to be radiation and chemotherapy to eradicate cancerous cells. And while they often work, both Read More

Keeping Your Smile Healthy Through the Holidays

’Tis the season for holiday joy with sweet treats at every turn. Don’t let it be the season for dental woes as well. You've heard that sugar causes cavities. Read More

See Your Dentist if You're Having one of These 3 Dental Problems

When things get unpleasant in your mouth, it’s most often related to some underlying cause. In fact, the discomfort you’re feeling is often a call to action to have Read More

New Year's Resolutions for Better Oral Health

Laying out goals for the New Year is a great way to inspire yourself to make positive changes that can improve your health. For example, many habits—both good and Read More

Back-to-School Is an Excellent Time for a Dental Checkup

A new school year is right around the corner.  Here's something to add to your back-to-school list: Schedule a dental visit for your child. There are several good reasons Read More

Expert Advice: Vivica A. Fox on Kissing and Oral health

Is having good oral hygiene important to kissing? Who's better to answer that question than Vivica A. Fox? Among her other achievements, the versatile actress won the “Best Kiss” Read More

Gum Disease Could Affect More than Your Teeth and Gums

If you have periodontal (gum) disease, it's important for you to know its effects aren't limited to your mouth. A number of studies demonstrate gum disease can affect the Read More

Kids, Cats and Canines: Dental Development Through the Ages

What do young saber tooth tigers, which have been extinct about 10,000 years, have in common with human kids today? At first glance, not a lot. Smilodon fatalis, the Read More

Jerry Rice's Advice on Protecting Your Children's Teeth

According to NFL football legend Jerry Rice, “Football can be brutal—injuries, including those to the face and mouth, are a common risk for any player.” And if anyone should Read More

Cat Cora's 6 Ways to Keep Kids Off Junk Food

Junk food and between-meal sweets are a habit for many of us, even though we know it is bad for our bodies and our teeth. As adults, we are Read More

Did You Know? Major League Baseball Players Have New Restrictions on Chewing Tobacco

Chewing tobacco is a known cause of oral cancer, yet many a Major League Baseball player has been seen walking onto the field with a round tin visibly poking Read More

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