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Knowing How the Mouth and Face Grow Can Improve Bite Treatment

Correcting a bite problem involves more than applying braces. Orthodontists must consider a wide range of factors, including the type of bite problem involved, complications like impacted or missing Read More

Bitewing X-Rays an Important Tool in Early Tooth Decay Detection

It's difficult to measure how x-ray imaging has transformed dentistry since its use became prominent a half century ago. As equipment and methods standardized, the technology revolutionized the way Read More

3 Things You Might Notice with Your Child's Teeth That Need a Dentist

Dental disease doesn’t discriminate by age. Although certain types of disease are more common in adults, children are just as susceptible, particularly to tooth decay. Unfortunately, the early signs of Read More

3 Things to Watch Out for to Protect Your Oral Appliance

If you're one of the millions of people wearing an oral appliance, you already know how important it is to your dental health. Whatever the purpose—replacing teeth, stopping teeth Read More

Behavioral Therapy Could Reduce a Child's Dental Anxiety Without Drugs

It’s common for kids to be less than enthusiastic about visiting the dentist. For some, though, it’s even more of a challenge: A child with extreme anxiety and fear Read More

Keep up Regular Dental Care While You're Pregnant

During pregnancy, your body isn’t the only part of your life that changes. Instead of “me,” you’re now thinking about “us”—you and the new person growing inside you. Because Read More

Be Sure to Have a Dental Exam Before Whitening Your Teeth

You’ve been embarrassed for a while now by your yellowed, dull teeth. You’re ready for a change. There’s a simple and cost-effective way to make that change: you can temporarily Read More

Keep an Eye Out for Problems if Your Children Grind Their Teeth

“What can I do about my child's teeth grinding habit?” It's a common question we get from many concerned parents. Their exasperation involves more than having to wake every night Read More

Keep Alert for this Extreme Form of Gingivitis

It takes only a few days of inadequate oral hygiene for bacterial plaque to trigger the periodontal (gum) disease gingivitis. Though sometimes subtle, there are signs to watch for Read More

Be on the Lookout for These Common Bite Problems in Children

Somewhere around age 6, your child’s primary (baby) teeth will begin to give way to their permanent set. If all goes well, you’ll notice all the front teeth erupting Read More

Keep Ahead of Potential Sidetracks to Your Child's Oral Health

From birth to young adulthood, your child's teeth gums and other mouth structures steadily grow and mature. Sometimes, though, problems arise and get in the way of their oral Read More

Keep Your New Straightened Smile Straight With an Orthodontic Retainer

You can't correct a poor bite with braces or clear aligners overnight: Even the most cut-and-dried case can still require a few years to move teeth where they should Read More

Keep Your Saliva Flowing - Your Oral Health Depends on it

We often don't realize how important something is until it's gone. Like saliva: you're usually not aware that it's cleaning the mouth, neutralizing mouth acid or helping with digestion. Read More

Kicking the Smoking Habit Boosts Your Health Including Teeth and Gums

Quitting smoking is hard. The love affair between your brain and nicotine chains the habit to your daily life. But it's still worth the effort to quit to save Read More

Kathy Bates Plays It Smart With Professional Teeth Whitening

Academy Award-winning actress Kathy Bates knows how important it is to present your best face to the world — and one of the most important features of that face Read More

Avoid This Numbing Agent to Ease Your Baby's Teething Pain

Parents have been dealing with their children's teething pain for as long as parents and children have been around. Along the way, the human race has developed different ways Read More

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