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09/20/2018 / By Jessica Dolores

Oral health is essential to wellness: Cavity-free teeth and healthy gums are less prone to infection and disease. Bacteria can’t

09/14/2018 / By Earl Garcia

Having severe periodontal disease may increase the risk of developing certain types of cancer, according to a long-term study published

09/13/2018 / By Michelle Simmons

Losing your teeth by middle age is associated with an increased risk of cardiovascular disease, according to a study presented

09/06/2018 / By RJ Jhonson

You don’t hear a lot of talk about periodontal disease, but it is actually more common than you may think.

09/02/2018 / By Zoey Sky

According to a recent study, the antioxidants in green tea could be the key to preventing periodontal disease. Green tea

08/26/2018 / By David Williams

Wouldn’t it be great to be able to regrow your teeth in ways that are similar to your hair and

08/23/2018 / By Isabelle Z.

If you’re health-conscious, you’re probably doing your best to stick to a diet of healthy, natural, organic foods. You’re likely

08/22/2018 / By Frances Bloomfield

Sparkling water may seem like the healthier option when compared to soft drinks. One dentist asserts that may not necessarily

08/19/2018 / By Michelle Simmons

Chewing mints may not be the solution to your bad breath. It can actually make it worse. This claim was made

08/12/2018 / By Rhonda Johansson

Science has consistently linked oral health to overall well-being. How you take care of that hole in your face affects how

08/09/2018 / By Rhonda Johansson

A 24-hour plaque re-growth, double-blind, randomized crossover trial supported preliminary findings that a mouthwash containing natural extracts was better at

08/08/2018 / By Lance D Johnson

Much of the anxiety, depression, and mental illness that plague people today can be traced back to the biochemical changes

07/31/2018 / By Edsel Cook

Dentists may soon be able to restore the enamel that our teeth have lost from constant wear and tear. In

07/30/2018 / By Earl Garcia

Oral bacteria may play a crucial role in the onset of migraine in patients, a new study suggests. A team of