Have you ever been told that you need to brush your tongue? Have you made an effort to make it a normal part of your dental routine? If not, should you?
Have you ever had a cavity? If you have, you aren’t alone. In fact, tooth decay is one of the most common dental problems Americans face
Did you know that the toothbrush has been around for nearly 5,000 years? It’s true! And we are going to give you an introduction to the history behind the toothbrush and how it came to be what it is today.
Despite your best efforts, your tooth may become damaged or discolored. Because of an injury, your tooth may become chipped, cracked, or broken
We are all probably pretty familiar with reasons one might go to the emergency room: maybe a broken leg, or a car accident. What kind of problems arise in the dental world? Read this article to find out.
The American Dental Association estimates that approximately 40 million people in the United States deal with mild to chronic tooth sensitivity.
Sealants are a plastic coating that covers the back chewing teeth, acting as a barrier between the tooth enamel and the food, acid, and bacteria that may get into the tooth.
Have you ever been talking with someone but not been able to concentrate on anything but the odor of their mouth? Bad breath can be a real source of embarrassment and can cause others to avoid interacting with you, at least at close range. If you suffer from bad...
What happens when you skip brushing? It might not seem like a big deal if you fall asleep before brushing your teeth from time to time or if you sacrifice brushing your teeth in order to be on time for work in the morning. However, each time you don’t brush...
What can cause a crown to fall out? Maybe you bit down a little too hard on your Thanksgiving turkey leg, and now your crown is sitting in your palm instead of in your mouth where it belongs.