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Untreated Gum Disease Could Cost You Your Implant

Your teeth can take decades of daily biting and chewing and not miss a beat. But they do have a nemesis, dental disease, which can easily get the upper Read More

What's That on Your Teeth, Nick Jonas? How to Avoid a Similar Smile Oops

Think no one is looking at your smile when you’re out in public? Nick Jonas’ recent experience might convince you otherwise. While the Jonas Brothers were performing during the Read More

What You Can Do To Help Your Child Avoid Tooth Decay

So, when should you begin taking measures to prevent tooth decay in your child's teeth? When their teeth first begin to show? When all of their primary (baby) teeth Read More

Protect Your Teeth and Gums During Physical Activities

As part of his "New Frontier," President Kennedy greatly expanded the President's Council on Physical Fitness. Sixty years later, it's still going strong—now as the President's Council on Sports, Read More

We May Be Able To Treat Some Bite Problems Early

In any given year, 4 million tweens and teens are in the process of having their teeth straightened with braces or clear aligners. It's so common we tend to Read More

You Can Have a Straighter Smile - Just Like the Queen of England

The monarchs of the world experience the same health issues as their subjects—but they often tend to be hush-hush about it. Recently, though, the normally reticent Queen Elizabeth II Read More

Give Your Child the 'Gift' of a Lifetime of Great Oral Health

Do you want to give your child something that will benefit them the rest of their life? Then give them the gift of healthy teeth and gums. Such a gift Read More

Some Bite Problems May Require the Help of Other Tools in Conjunction With Braces

If you're into social media, you might have run across the idea that there's nothing to straightening your teeth. According to some SM influencers, you can even do it Read More

There's No Madness in Protecting Your Family Basketball Player With a Custom Mouthguard

A wave of madness is about to sweep across Indianapolis and onto television screens across America—March Madness, that is. That's right: After its cancellation in 2020 due to COVID-19, Read More

Van Halen's Passing Reminds Us of the Dangers of Oral Cancer and How to Help Prevent It

Fans everywhere were recently saddened by the news of musical legend Eddie Van Halen's death. Co-founder and lead guitarist for the iconic rock group Van Halen, the 65-year-old superstar Read More

Dental Implants Are Even More Advanced, Thanks To These Other Technologies

When dental implants hit the scene in the 1980s, they revolutionized the field of dental restorations. But as groundbreaking as they were then, they're even more advanced now. Some of Read More

Endodontic Treatment Could Save a Tooth in Crisis

Dental patients have amazing options for tooth replacement. Dental implants, for example, can replace the entire tooth, root and crown, giving patients a new tooth nearly as good as Read More

Gum Recession Can Rob You of Your Smile and Your Dental Health Too

If it seems like your teeth are getting longer as you get older, it's unlikely they're magically growing. More likely, your gums are shrinking or receding from your teeth. Read More

NHL Iron Man Keith Yandle Suffers Dental Trauma on Ice

Professional Hockey player Keith Yandle is the current NHL “iron man”—that is, he has earned the distinction of playing in the most consecutive games. On November 23, Yandle was Read More

Flexible RPDs - a Sound, Temporary Way To Replace Missing Teeth

The timing around losing a tooth may not always sync with your financial ability. It's not unusual for people to postpone getting a dental implant—by far the best option Read More

This Laser Procedure Promises Big Benefits for Gum Disease Treatment

Over the years, dentists have become quite proficient in treating even the most severe periodontal (gum) disease. Many of these positive outcomes are achieved through manual effort using simple Read More

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