Most people could probably benefit from a little more flossing in their life. And, no, not just in their mouths. From cutting the perfect slice of cake to fixing a broken umbrella, read on for great ways to use dental floss.
After indulging in sugary pies over Thanksgiving, candy over Halloween and coffee since midterms began, students may be searching for ways to revert their teeth back into the pearly whites they had a few months ago. Instead of automatically reaching for expensive whitening...
Markers of oral disease seem to be associated with lower cognitive status, according to a study published in the Dec. 1 issue of the Journal of the American Dental Association.
For some consumers, medical credit cards, which only health care professionals accept and must be used for medical expenses, are just what the doctor ordered. But there have been plenty of signs that they can also make patients financially sick. So if you're going to apply...
Like many systems in our bodies, our oral health largely relies upon bacteria. There are billions of bacteria living in our mouths; some are good and some are bad. There's no way to completely eliminate the bad bacteria, but you can limit them by brushing and flossing. The...
Patients can overcome dental phobia through a therapy in which they recall traumatic events while rapidly moving their eyes, researchers say. After undergoing eye movement desensitization and reprocessing therapy, some patients are able to attend dental appointments for...
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