02/18/2018 / By Edsel Cook

You may want to pay closer attention when your dentist recommends you get an X-ray. ScienceDaily detailed the ghastly results

http://www.dentistry.news/2018-02-18-study-reveals-dentists-take-many-x-rays-for-financial-incentives.html

02/15/2018 / By Isabelle Z.

Did you know that the same chemical in municipal drinking water played a key role in producing the atomic bomb?

http://www.dentistry.news/2018-02-15-the-dark-history-behind-fluoride.html

02/14/2018 / By Zoey Sky

It doesn’t matter if you’re talking to your significant other or the dentist – morning breath is always a cause

http://www.dentistry.news/2018-02-14-causes-and-solutions-for-bad-morning-breath.html

02/13/2018 / By Mike Adams

Each day, I review hundreds of science and medicine headlines for assigning stories to websites like Science.news and Medicine.news, and

http://www.dentistry.news/2018-02-13-hidden-poisons-in-your-mouth-may-be-causing-cancer-arthritis-heart-disease-and-even-obesity.html

01/31/2018 / By Jhoanna Robinson

Teeth cleaning has been so commercialized — what, with all the different kinds of toothpaste and toothbrushes found in the

http://www.dentistry.news/2018-01-31-dont-forget-your-toothbrush-when-shtf-off-grid-oral-hygiene.html

01/27/2018 / By Earl Garcia

A study published in JNCI: Journal of the National Cancer Institute revealed that periodontal disease was associated with an increased risk of

http://www.dentistry.news/2018-01-27-severe-gum-disease-associated-with-increased-risk-of-cancer.html

01/22/2018 / By Jhoanna Robinson

Health experts have come to the conclusion that dentists should participate more in preventing human papillomavirus (HPV) and the cancers

http://www.dentistry.news/2018-01-22-health-experts-urge-dentists-to-question-your-sexual-habits.html

01/21/2018 / By Michelle Simmons

Sugary snacks increase the risk of tooth decay in children, while tooth brushing does not completely help protect their teeth

http://www.dentistry.news/2018-01-21-just-another-sugary-snack-yogurt-increases-risk-of-tooth-decay-in-children.html

01/02/2018 / By Ralph Flores

There’s nothing better than a piping hot mug of chocolate to calm the nerves in a cold winter’s day. Feeling

http://www.dentistry.news/2018-01-02-ouch-thats-hot-5-tips-for-healing-mouth-burn-hot-food-drink.html

12/30/2017 / By Zoey Sky

We often take care of our oral health to make sure that our breath stays fresh, but did you know

http://www.dentistry.news/2017-12-30-anthropologists-discover-how-teeth-reveal-vitamin-d-levels-x-rays-can-now-be-used-to-check-for-deficiency.html

12/25/2017 / By Ralph Flores

Brushing your teeth will never be the same again after this: keeping gum disease (periodontitis) at bay can help you

http://www.dentistry.news/2017-12-25-heart-health-and-mouth-health-linked-treating-gum-disease-found-to-help-lower-blood-pressure.html

12/21/2017 / By Rita Winters

Here’s something to make you check your teeth today: Bacteria in the mouth have long been known to cause various diseases

http://www.dentistry.news/2017-12-21-how-gum-disease-affects-your-overall-health-bacteria-from-your-mouth-enters-your-blood-contributes-to-diseases-such-as-cancer.html

12/05/2017 / By Zoey Sky

While most parents are often worried about their kids getting injured while playing outdoors, a whopping 35,000 children younger than

http://www.dentistry.news/2017-12-05-shocking-number-of-children-being-hospitalized-for-tooth-decay-due-to-excessive-sugar-consumption-and-lack-of-preventative-care.html

12/05/2017 / By Janine Acero

New research has identified how the mouth acts as a trigger for the immune system’s defenses to kick in once the

http://www.dentistry.news/2017-12-05-the-mouth-is-a-first-responder-for-the-immune-system-new-study-provides-clues-for-how-the-body-defends-against-oral-invaders.html

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