Have a cold or the flu? While many people are stocking their medicine cabinet with cold and sick day supplies, don't forget to add a new toothbrush to your list.
Xerostomia is the medical term used for Dry Mouth, a condition that results from decreased salvia in the mouth, and puts many seniors at high risk for dental decay.
While it is important for diabetics to take good care of their hearts and their bodies, those suffering from this chronic condition cannot afford to ignore their teeth.
Did you know that one of the most common ways babies develop cavities is from "baby bottle tooth decay"? The good news is that it can be prevented.
According to a national survey from the American Dental Association (ADA) and Crest and Oral B, the smile outranked eyes, hair and the body as the most attractive physical feature.
Your mouth goes through many changes in your lifetime. One major dental milestone is the appearance of your wisdom teeth.
Detecting oral cancer early can nearly double your chances of survival. Approximately 3% of all cancers diagnosed in 2015 involved the mouth or back of the throat.
An estimated two in three Americans have one or more missing teeth. Replacing missing teeth helps regain a confident smile as well stay fit and healthy by maintaining good nutritional habits and eating health foods they previously were unable to chew.
Have you missed any areas that may be prone to plaque build-up? Plaque disclosing products can help you improve your brushing and flossing habits by revealing the areas you may have missed.
What Type of Toothbrush Should I Use? With so many shapes, sizes and styles of toothbrushes on the market, deciding which kind to buy can be confusing.
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