tooth decay

Almost exactly a year ago, I wrote about how an American Indian tribe in Washington state defied a powerful special interest
This piece by Martina Donkers originally appeared on The Establishment, an independent multimedia site founded and run by
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Dan Arel No study as has been released looking at cities such as Portland and compared it to cities that do add fluoride
"I was in shock. I was trying to wait on their table, but I was crying a bit," Maixner told of his initial reaction
"Actually it is very easy to exceed the recommendation of 12 teaspoons if you think of having maybe a bowl of breakfast cereals
Catching me in a weak moment during the first few days of our trip, my friend and co-founder Morgan, who spent last year working in Bangalore, sought to console me, saying, "Mother India always provides when you need it most."
Hold on -- does that mean I'm claiming that candy could save your life? The answer is yes. But not just any candy: a sugar-free chewing gum designed specifically to fight cavities.
The skeletons had many years' or decades' worth of plaque built up on their teeth, and many of them showed signs of gum disease
In all areas throughout the world, there is an urgent need for community knowledge and response to oral health conditions, as many of these factors affect an individual's overall health.
Just because there's no food that can fight bad breath doesn't mean that natural extracts from plants won't be able to improve your dental health.
Avoid any food that combines sugar, acid and stickiness, adds Miriam R. Robbins DDS, Associate Chair of the Department of
Taking good care of your teeth is a good way to avoid toothaches, expensive trips to the dentist and tooth loss in old age. But there is another reason to practice good oral health: It can affect the health of your whole body.
With nearly 200 million Americans drinking fluoridated tap water these days, is it time to ask ourselves, do we really need the fluoridation?