Have you ever thought about the fact that most people’s 32 adult teeth grow in by the time they’re ages 12 to 14?
Should I use dental floss before I brush my teeth? Or, is it better to floss after I brush my teeth?
Salt has many uses. It adds flavor to food, removes stains from clothing and can help scrub rust from metal. But did you know that this mineral also has antibacterial and antiseptic properties?
One of TV and movie actors’ most noticeable attributes is their dazzling smiles.
Your mouth is a complicated ecosystem of components that work together to allow you to speak, chew, swallow and a host of other important functions.
Dry mouth may be most commonly associated with feelings of anxiety, but it can also be a symptom of other health issues.
Most people have the privilege of being able to drink and eat whatever they want and whenever they want.
The pleasure we get from eating the foods we love can make us smile. But what about the effects those foods are having on our teeth and gums?
There’s cavity-fighting fluoride in our water, our toothpaste and our mouthwash, so why is your dentist recommending applying fluoride directly to your teeth during a periodic checkup?
Adults have a total of 32 teeth in their mouths. Keeping them at 32 throughout the years can be a challenge for some as old age, dental disease or accidents can cause teeth to fall out.
Tooth decay. In the dental world, it’s public enemy #1 — a condition that affects both children and adults, and one that requires attention.