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Dwight Howard: A Bright NBA Star With a Smile to Match

Have you started orthodontic treatment recently? Are you having a little trouble getting used to your braces? If so, you are not alone: Everybody goes through an adjustment period Read More

Your Reoccurring Sinus Infections May Actually Be Caused by Tooth Decay

If you suffer frequent sinus infections, you might want to talk with your dentist about it. It could be your chronic sinus problems stem from a deeply decayed or Read More

That Toothache Might Not Be From Your Tooth: The Problem of Referred Pain

Pain is the body’s warning system: It tells us something is wrong. And depending on the location and intensity of the pain, it can give us vital clues about Read More

Diabetes Doesn't Have to Stop You From Getting an Implant - if it's Under Control

You would love to replace a troubled tooth with a dental implant. But you have one nagging concern: you also have diabetes. Could that keep you from getting an Read More

Julianne Hough Shares a Video - and a Song - After Wisdom Teeth Come Out

Once upon a time, celebrities tried hard to maintain the appearance of red-carpet glamour at all times. That meant keeping the more mundane aspects of their lives out of Read More

A Cleft Birth Defect Can Be Heartbreaking - but There Is Hope

Every year, thousands of children are born with a cleft palate, cleft lip or a combination of both. The advocacy group AmeriFace promotes the month of July as National 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

See Your Dentist ASAP to Save Your Loose Tooth

A loose adult tooth isn't normal. It could be loose because it's been subjected to high biting forces like those that occur with a tooth grinding habit. Or, it Read More

Janet Jackson: Even pop stars get insecure about their smiles!

Multi-platinum recording artist Janet Jackson has long been known for her dazzling smile. And yet, Jackson admitted to InStyle Magazine that her trademark smile was once a major source Read More

You May Not Need a Narcotic to Manage Post-Dental Work Pain

There's no doubt treating dental problems can improve your health. But because the mouth is among the most sensitive areas of the body, many dental procedures can be potentially Read More

Don't Use Benzocaine Products to Ease Your Baby's Teething Pain

Although teething is a natural part of your baby's dental development, it can be quite uncomfortable for them—and upsetting to you. During teething, children can experience symptoms like pain, Read More

Tooth Loss: A Health Risk for Older Adults

Tooth loss is a problem that affects many seniors—and since May is Older Americans Month, this is a good time to talk about it. Did you know that more Read More

Fan of Superhero Film Black Panther Breaks Steel Wire...with Her Mouth!

Some moviegoers have been known to crunch popcorn, bite their fingers or grab their neighbor’s hands during the intense scenes of a thriller. But for one fan, the on-screen Read More

Gum Disease Could be Affecting More Than Just Your Mouth

Periodontal (gum) disease can weaken gum attachment and cause bone deterioration that eventually leads to tooth loss. But its detrimental effects can also extend beyond the mouth and worsen Read More

April Is National Facial Protection Month

April brings the perfect weather to get outside and play. Fittingly, April is also National Facial Protection Month. Whether you prefer softball or basketball, skateboarding or ultimate frisbee, don't Read More

A Dental Exam Could Uncover an Eating Disorder

After your son or daughter's dental exam, you expect to hear about cavities, poor bites or other dental problems. But your dentist might suggest a different kind of problem Read More

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