Gum disease is incredibly common, with 50% of Americans aged 30 and above being affected. The oral health issue can lead to a wide range of other problems if left untreated such as tooth loss and[...]
Summer break is nearly upon us. While your child may have good oral health habits, when routines change you may find your kid isn’t as diligent about keeping up with their regular dental hygiene.
This April, for Oral Cancer Awareness Month, we’re highlighting the importance of oral cancer screenings and cluing you into what the examination process involves.
Sports fans rejoice: March Madness is almost here! During this exciting time, we thought it would be an excellent opportunity to highlight the importance of good dental care for athletes.
If your fear of the dentist makes you avoid appointments altogether, chances are you suffer from a condition known as dental anxiety.
Many children dread doing chores, and dental care is often no exception.
No matter how well you take care of your teeth at home, regular dental cleanings are a necessity.
April is Oral Cancer Awareness Month. Lately, the U.S. has been experiencing a boost in cases of oral cancer, with even formerly low-risk groups such as non-smokers and teenagers facing a[...]
By the time they reach Kindergarten, 40 percent of children have already have tooth decay,
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