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Follow These Tips for a More Dental-Friendly Halloween

"Trick or treat!" Chances are, you'll hear that cry from costumed children at your door this October 31st. Fortunately, you're unlikely to be in any danger of mischief should Read More

Emma Roberts Confesses to Having a Major Sweet Tooth While Expecting

Emma Roberts, star of American Horror Story (and niece of actress Julia Roberts), welcomed her first child at the end of 2020. She confessed that her love of sweets Read More

4 Tips to Getting the Dental Care You Need, Even on a Tight Budget

If your budget gets squeezed, cutting non-essential expenses can be a wise move. But think twice before lumping dental care into that category—postponing dental visits or treatment could put Read More

4 Ways Your Child's Dental Health Can Get Off to a Good Start This New School Year

If your kids are getting ready to start back with in-person school this year, you've no doubt began stocking up on new clothes and classroom supplies. Right before school Read More

Gum Disease Could be Making Other Diseases Worse

Half of adults over age 30, and an astounding 70% over 65, have had some form of periodontal (gum) disease. Unchecked, a bacterial gum infection can spread into the Read More

Gum Swelling Can Happen With Braces - Here's How to Avoid It

A few months into wearing braces you may notice your gums are swollen. It's likely you've developed periodontal (gum) disease. Gum disease is a bacterial infection that usually begins with Read More

Do This For a Healthier Mouth and Overall Well-Being

Health is on everyone's mind, especially after dealing with COVID-19 this past year. Beyond the immediate concerns of coping with this novel coronavirus, many are taking a closer look Read More

3 Seasons of a Woman's Life That Could Present New Oral Health Challenges

May 9-15 is National Women's Health Week, which begins each year on Mother's Day. It's an important opportunity to focus on the unique health challenges women face, and ways Read More

Buffalo Bills' Stefon Diggs Knows There's Never a Bad Place to Floss

Buffalo Bills wide receiver Stefon Diggs wrapped up the NFL regular season in January, setting single-season records in both catches and receiving yards. The Bills handily beat the Miami Read More

See Your Dentist ASAP If You Have a Loose Permanent Tooth

Unless you're 6 years old and on speed dial with the Tooth Fairy, a loose tooth isn't a good feeling. It's also a sign something is wrong in your Read More

Here's Why Gum Disease Could Be Lurking in Your Mouth Even Now

If you think periodontal (gum) disease is something that only happens to the other guy (or gal), you might want to reconsider. Roughly half of adults over age 30—and Read More

Eating the Right Foods Can Boost Your Efforts to Prevent Dental Disease

You're more apt to lose teeth because of periodontal (gum) disease and tooth decay than any other cause. But neither of these bacterial diseases have to happen: You can Read More

4 Guidelines to Help Make Sure Your Child's Oral Health Stays on Track

As they mature, your child's teeth, gums and jaws develop—if all goes well, they'll all be healthy and functioning normally when they enter adulthood. But tooth decay and other Read More

Pretty Little Liars' Lucy Hale Crushes on Smiles

Is a “teeth crush” a thing? According to a recent confession by Lucy Hale, it is. Hale, who has played Aria Montgomery for seven seasons on the hit TV Read More

What To Do and Not Do for These 3 Common Childhood Dental Problems

Knowing what to do—and what not to do—when your child is sick can greatly affect their health and well-being. That's especially true with dental problems. Here then are some Dos Read More

Infection Control at the Dental Office Isn't Something New

In the midst of the current global pandemic, we're all focused on staying healthy and avoiding infection. For many, their first thought before resuming any regular activity is, “Will Read More

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