Putting on your best smile isn’t always easy. Between wine or coffee stains and that inevitable natural yellowing that happens
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Having a lower income is associated with many of these risk factors, but most people - regardless of income - can probably
Whether you're a parent in the US or anywhere else in the world, raising your first child is invariably a steep learning curve. With so much on our plates, it's easy for parents to overlook caring for baby's teeth, but a few useful tips will keep us on track.
An Oxford neuroscientist says that the secret of a good night's sleep is brushing your teeth in the dark, because bright
I always teach my patients that their first line of defense against cavities -- or, as we call them, dental caries -- is prevention. But despite our best efforts, some of us -- myself included! -- have had to see a dentist to treat a cavity. Here are five things you never knew about cavities. Some of these might surprise you.
Turns out, there are a host of common mistakes that many of us make morning and night that can damage teeth and turn a healthy
The question: Just how gross is it really if I forget to brush my teeth before bed every once in a while? "Ask Healthy Living
A daily glass of wine has been linked to cardiovascular heart health benefits and slower aging. Unfortunately, that glass of wine isn't doing much for your teeth. While it's common knowledge that red wine has pigments that can stain the teeth, what many people don't realize is that both red and white wine can stain your teeth.
"I've never tattooed a tongue, and in all honesty, the idea sounds a bit unnecessary. The texture of your tongue seems like a ridiculous place for a tattoo. As for your body's ability to maintain pigment on your tongue... well, I have a hard time envisioning that lasting."
"I've worked with foreign forces on their bases where the only water they had was a thread-thin trickle of cold water from a shower head. Needless to say, a shower took a very long time... but we still took them."
In spite of what you may have heard, it's never too late for an old dog to learn new tricks--especially if it's proper oral