Here are some surprising ways you’re damaging your teeth.
The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention says diabetics are far more likely to lose teeth than non diabetics.
WASHINGTON — Business in booming for the tooth fairy, who left $225 million under pillows in 2014 — a 25 percent increase over her 2013 generosity, according to a poll from Delta Dental. Delta Dental…
An ancient practice to improve oral health is a little tough to
swallow, but health bloggers are swearing by the benefits of \”oil pulling.\”
Carbonated soda can have an effect on teeth similar to the effect of illegal
drugs, according to a study published in the clinical journal, General Dentistry.
A new patent filed by Colgate-Palmolive aims to make this hygienic step pack more punch by offering caffeine, pain relief or appetite suppressants.
Some may think brushing a dog\’s teeth is overkill
– but veterinarians and owners who\’ve paid the
price agree: it\’s absolutely necessary.
Only 44 percent of America\’s kids brush their
teeth every day.
Your smile affects more than just your first
Sometimes it\’s good to get a helpful reminder,
maybe even some new information, on how to care
for our teeth. Yahoo! Health and U.S. News &
Report have compiled a list of five
to avoid to prevent cavities.