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Moving Just a Few Teeth can have Big Results

Orthodontists are able to achieve attractive results with traditional braces moving several teeth into a better position. In a way, braces are the original “smile makeover.” But orthodontic treatment can Read More

Certain Treatments for Osteoporosis Could Complicate Oral Surgery

Although periodontal (gum) disease is the most common cause of bone loss in the mouth, women at or past menopause face another condition that could cause complications with their Read More

Healthy Smiles for Alfonso Ribeiro and Family

If there's anything that makes Alfonso Ribeiro happier than his long-running gig as host of America's Funniest Home Videos, it's the time he gets to spend with his family: Read More

Surgically Accessing Sinuses can Help Grow New Bone for Implants

Dental implants are by far the best way to replace missing teeth. But they do more than improve your smile: they can restore your ability to eat, chew and Read More

These 4 Habits Could Help You Avoid Gum Disease

Here’s the bad news about periodontal (gum) disease: It’s a leading cause for tooth loss. Even worse: Half of adults over 30 will have some form of it during Read More

Here's How to Avoid Dry Socket After Tooth Extraction Surgery

Surgical tooth extraction is a fairly routine procedure with few complications. But one rare complication called dry socket does affect a small number of patients. Dry socket, which derives Read More

Viggo Mortensen's Red-Carpet Smile

The Golden Globes ceremony is a night when Hollywood stars shine their brightest. At the recent red-carpet event, leading man Viggo Mortensen had plenty to smile about: Green Book, Read More

Improve Your Brushing and Flossing Techniques for a Healthier Mouth

Five minutes a day: That’s all it takes to do something that could change your life. It may not seem like a lot of time, but it’s one of Read More

3 Things You Can Do to Protect Your Tooth Enamel

Your teeth face a hostile environment populated by disease-causing bacteria. But your teeth also have some “armor” against these microscopic foes: enamel. This hard outer tooth layer forms a Read More

4 Ways to Enjoy Holiday Snacking and Still Keep Your Teeth Healthy

‘Tis the season to be merry—and with plenty of edible goodies! During the holidays, families fill their homes with all sorts of delectable treats for friends and loved ones. Read More

The Howie Mandel Effect: Avoid Dental Disease Through Daily Brushing and Flossing

Howie Mandel, one of America’s premier television personalities, rarely takes it easy. Whether performing a standup comedy gig or shooting episodes of America’s Got Talent or Deal or No Read More

Here's How to Cut Through All the Choices to Find Your Right Toothbrush

Henry Ford famously said a customer could have any color they wanted on their Model T “as long as it was black.” Those days are over—today’s cars and trucks Read More

4 Foods That Are Good for Both Your Mouth and Your Body

You can't separate your oral health from your overall health. What's beneficial for your body in general is usually beneficial for your teeth and gums. Take the foods you eat: Read More

Cleft Defects Can Be Overcome, Thanks to Advanced Surgical Procedures

One in 700 babies are born each year with a cleft lip, a cleft palate or both. Besides its devastating emotional and social impact, this common birth defect can Read More

How Veneers Restored Howie Mandel's Winning Smile

You probably wouldn't be surprised to hear that someone playing hockey, racing motocross or duking it out in an ultimate fighter match had a tooth knocked out. But acting Read More

You May Need an Endodontist for a Tooth With Interior Decay

You depend on your family dentist for most of your oral care. There are some situations, though, that are best handled by a specialist. If you or a family Read More

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