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  • Help Your Dentures and Your Health by Taking Them Out at Night
    Dentures have come a long way since George Washington's time. Today, they're more comfortable, more secure and more lifelike than our first president's famous hippopotamus ivory appliance.But one thing hasn't Read more
  • How MLB Star Aaron Judge Changed His Smile and How You Can Too
    Between the final game of the World Series in late October and spring training in February, major league baseball players work on their skills preparing for the new season. Reporters Read more
  • Some Blood Pressure Medications May Affect Your Oral Health
    If you’re taking medication to regulate your blood pressure, you may be familiar with some of the general side effects, like nausea, drowsiness or dizziness. But some blood pressure drugs Read more
  • A Root Canal Can Stop Tooth Decay and Save Your Tooth
    Tooth decay can wreak more havoc than just producing cavities. It can work its way into the innermost parts of the tooth — the pulp and tiny passageways called root Read more
  • Removing Teeth Might Make It Easier To Straighten a Smile
    Dentists remove millions of teeth each year, often because of tooth decay or gum disease. But disease isn't the only reason—a tooth extraction might make it easier to straighten a Read more
  • FAQs about Veneers
    Some patients have to wait years and go to many dental appointments to get the beautiful smile that they’ve always wanted. If waiting that long simply isn’t an option for Read more
  • Sofia Vergara: 'Obsessed' With Oral Hygiene
    A woman as gorgeous and funny as Sofia Vergara surely planned to be a model and actress from the get-go, right? Wrong! Sofia’s first career choice actually was to be… Read more
  • Why Early Dental Visits Could Brighten Your Child's Dental Health Future
    By the time your child reaches their first birthday, they may have only a handful of primary teeth. So, should you schedule their first dental visit or wait until they're Read more
  • How You Can Help Your Smile Stay Attractive as You Get Older
    We can't stop getting older or completely avoid many of the consequences that come with aging. Even so, there are things we can do to age more gracefully.That includes your Read more
  • Keeping Gum Disease at Bay Could Help Your Overall Health
    It’s bad enough the diseases caused by poor dental hygiene or lack of dental checkups could be leaving your teeth and gums more at risk. But current scientific research seems Read more
  • Actor David Ramsey Discusses Baby Bottle Tooth Decay
    Cavities can happen even before a baby has his first piece of candy. This was the difficult lesson actor David Ramsey of the TV shows Arrow and Dexter learned when Read more
  • Tips for Winter Tooth Sensitivity
    If a breath of crisp winter air makes you say, “Ouch!” you're not alone. According to a study published in the Journal of the American Dental Association, one of every Read more
  • Tobacco: One Baseball Tradition We Can Do Without
    While sports like football, basketball and soccer have exploded in popularity over the last few decades, many Americans still have a soft spot for the granddaddy of them all: baseball. Read more
  • Quitting Smoking Decreases Your Risk of Implant Failure
    If you’re considering a dental implant as a replacement for a lost tooth, you’re looking at a restoration method with an amazing 95% success rate after ten years. But that Read more
  • Kevin Bacon's Mango-Slicing Trick and Other Ways to Rid Food Between Your Teeth
    During the COVID-19 quarantines, stir-crazy celebrities have been creating some “unique” home videos—like Madonna singing about fried fish to the tune of “Vogue” in her bathroom or Cardi B busting Read more
  • Encourage Your Child to Stop Thumb Sucking Around Age 3
    One of the biggest concerns we hear from parents is about their child's thumb sucking habit. Our advice: if they're under age 4, there's no need for concern — yet. Read more

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