Coming down with the flu is never any fun, but it’s still no time to let up on your oral hygiene routine.
Toothaches can happen for a number of reasons.
If you look at any tube of toothpaste with the American Dental Association’s Seal of Acceptance, you’ll see fluoride listed as the active ingredient.
From clothing to hairstyle to cosmetics to accessories, our personal style is how we portray who we are, and this can include piercings.
Bleeding gums are the most common symptom of gum disease, but that’s not the only thing that can cause this problem.
We all know, logically, that going to the dentist is a safe, normal, and important part of staying healthy.
One of the most common complications of diabetes is gum disease, and that isn’t the only way diabetes is hard on teeth and gums.
We’ve all heard over and over how smoking can adversely impact health, with the most infamous example being lung cancer.