'Shabbat Across AO' has become an annual practice, this year at the Kosciuszko Foundation located on New York's Upper East
Let's start with dental basics. Flossing reduces plaque, the sticky film that collects at the gumline as a result of eating
Let's be clear about one thing. No study, and certainly no dentist, would ever claim or even imply that flossing is harmful. You would be hard-pressed to find a study that concludes a person's health is improved by eliminating flossing from her oral health routine.
This is why it is paramount for everyone, especially new parents, to understand the importance of their child forming good breathing habits.
Because of the scare tactics, including graphic images of bad teeth, many have been pushed into over-brushing.
Great to see you again! Wow, hard to believe it's been six months already. Time sure flies between check-ups, don't you think?
Moving the hardest element in our body (a tooth) within the second hardest tissue in our body (bone) can be a slow process because orthodontic treatment has a biological speed limit; the bone around teeth needs to soften and harden in a slow, orderly fashion as the teeth move.
It's a new year -- time for a new smile! Here are seven resolutions you can make to ensure your mouth is healthier than ever
"Clean the plaque of the heart" -- Radhanath Swami Speaks at King's College Dental Institute, London.
Radhanath Swami spoke at King's College Dental Institute on the 30/11/2015. This article was written by the Radhanath Swami
Last month, I told you everything you need to know about baby teeth. Here's an infographic I created with some of that information.
Some of the most common questions I get as a dentist have to do with deciduous teeth: When do they come in? When should parents brush them? What about flossing? I thought it might be helpful if I answered some of these questions. So here you go: everything you need to know about baby teeth.
No matter how you may have lost your teeth, just remember that you've got a few different options when it comes to replacing
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.