You’ve probably heard before that it’s bad to chew ice, but do you know why that is?
We all know how important regular dental visits and good daily brushing and flossing routines are to keeping our mouths healthy, but they aren’t the only factors.
What we eat and drink obviously plays a big role in our overall health, but in a way, it affects our oral health twice.
Most of us learn a little about the pH scale in our science classes as teenagers.
Most of us probably remember what it was like to lose our first tooth as a kid.
The American Cancer Society estimates that over 53,000 people will get oral cavity or oropharyngeal cancer in 2020.
Mental well-being or lack thereof can often have an impact on physical health.
Just about anyone who’s been to the dentist has had dental X-rays taken.