Gum recession can be prevented, stopped and reversed. Here are what you can do to improve your gum health.
Is Fluoride bad for you, or even poisonous? I have researched this subject in order to write this article, and now feel very uncomfortable at the whole idea of consuming Fluoride (as I think you will be once you read this article)....
If you're thinking about getting dentures or have already set the date for your extractions, here are some things you need to know about what the first few weeks of having dentures is like.
When two different types of metal come together in a solution, the metals effectively become a battery. In the mouth, this is called oral galvanism, and the symptoms can literally be shocking. Could you have a battery in your mouth? It's more common than you might think!
This article discusses the pros and cons of taking grapefruit seed extract instead of commercially produced antibiotics, particularly as it relates to the treatment of toothaches.
OK, so you've lost a tooth. Whether it was lost due to gum disease, severe decay, or trauma, you're still stuck with the same problem...a missing tooth. Your dentist may have spent a couple of minutes explaining your options and now a staff member...
Halitosis (bad breath) is annoying and embarrassing. What causes halitosis - you might be surprised to know. Read "The 5 T's of Bad Breath"!
Written by someone who wears dentures.
This article provides the author's advice about virtually all aspects of dental care, including checkups, filings and major restoration such as root canals, crowns and implants. Also included is some advice about how one can save money on dentistry.
This article summarizes the history of dentistry since ancient times, though emphasizing dental care since the advent of anesthesia in the middle 1800s.