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  • 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
  • Dental Sealants Give Children an Added Boost Against Tooth Decay
    Although adults are more prone to dental disease, children aren't immune from one particular infection, tooth decay. Some children, in fact, are at higher risk for an aggressive form called Read more
  • Treating Sleep Apnea Could Help You Avoid Diabetes
    One in ten Americans has diabetes, a serious condition that may increase the development and severity of other health problems—including gum disease. Because of this latter connection, dental providers join 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 of Read more
  • If at All Possible, Primary Teeth are Worth Saving
    Primary (baby) teeth might not last long, but their impact can last a lifetime. Their first set of teeth not only allows young children to eat solid foods, but also Read more
  • Transform 'Smile Zone' Teeth With Composite Resins
    As far as your appearance goes, the most important teeth you have are those in the “smile zone.” These are the teeth most visible when you smile—and the ones that Read more
  • Crown Lengthening Could Help with Treating Hard to Reach Cavities
    There is a primary principle dentists follow regarding tooth decay—treat it as soon as you find it. Something as simple and routine as filling a cavity could prevent future tooth Read more
  • Giancarlo Stanton Gets Major-League Mouth Protection
    For major-league slugger Giancarlo Stanton, 2014 was a record-breaking year. After the baseball season ended, he signed a 13-year, $325 million contract with the Miami Marlins — the biggest deal Read more
  • How to Avoid This Painful Condition After Tooth Extraction
    Dentists and oral surgeons remove millions of teeth every year, most without any adverse aftereffects. But about 2% of patients experience a dry socket, a condition that, although not dangerous Read more
  • Treating Teeth Grinding Now Could Help Prevent Excessive Tooth Wear Later
    Your teeth naturally wear as you age, but you may be making it worse if you grind your teeth. Teeth grinding is a behavior that causes the teeth to gnash, Read more
  • Why Vaping isn't a Safe Choice for Your Oral Health
    Vaping, the use of an electronic cigarette or E-cigarette, has exploded in popularity over the last few years. But although touted by proponents as a cleaner and healthier alternative to Read more

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