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See why opioids are not the recommended first line of defense for dental discomfort. And find out what over-the-counter medications studies show to be effective.
After years of jaw pain, lockjaw and difficulty chewing, a stressed college student discovered the keys to managing stress-induced TMD.
Why do teeth have quirky names like canines, eye teeth and wisdom teeth? Get the answers and learn the roots of all your teeth’s names.
Baby teeth may be temporary, but that doesn’t mean they’re not important. Hear more about one mom’s experience with the age 1 dental visit.
With so much produce in season right now, it’s a good time to consider the effects of fruit on your smile.
Take a closer look at your farmers market finds this spring. We’ll tell you which of your favorites are best for your smile.
Did you know you may be able to control some factors that cause tooth loss? Discover the most common causes of tooth loss so you can work to fight them.
Are you leaving money on the table by not going to the dentist? See how you could be. Plus, learn more reasons to schedule regular checkups.
Early detection can be a lifesaver when it comes to oral cancer. See how you and your dentist can catch symptoms as soon as possible.
What does your family tree have to do with your smile? Find out here!
This month, find out how women dentists spread smile power all throughout the United State's history!
As you age, your body can experience shifts in health that affect your mouth in ways you might not expect.