Good tooth and gum care are the key to reducing plaque.
Salt water can also be used as an adjunct to routine brushing and flossing for prevention of oral diseases.
New research is now pointing out that COVID-19 may pass into people’s lungs from saliva with the virus moving directly from mouth to bloodstream – especially if individuals are suffering from gum disease.
The temporomandibular joint has received much notoriety lately. Although there is a common base level of discomfort and…
Keep your mouth and teeth healthy this 4th of July with these dental tips for your summer BBQ
Gum bleeding is the result of many factors including inflammation as a result of pathogenic bacteria in the mouth. Also, on a systemic level a deficiency in the building block of connective tissue: namely Vitamin C.
Recent research finds that there is no basis to the fear that there is a high risk of developing COVID by a visit to the dentist.
A recent article found few or no remaining teeth leads to reduction in body mass and increased incidence of diabetes.
5 Reasons to Make Senior Dental Care a Priority Seniors with all their teeth have a better chance…
One of the most common involuntary repetitive muscle activities is called bruxism or teeth grinding. Most people are not aware of this habitual activity until someone points it out, or some damage is caused to the teeth, muscles, or joints of the mouth.