Here are a few ideas for making healthier choices when it comes to foods that may be dangerous to our oral health.
With so much negativity and stress in the world, dentists are noticing more people clenching their jaws and grinding their teeth.
Periodontitis doesn’t just affect the gums – it can affect the entire body. Find out why maintaining excellent oral health is critical to achieving ideal overall health.
A new study has found that sleep apnea severity may be reduced with a simple exercise regimen. Exercise can also help patients lose weight, another factor in reducing sleep apnea.
A team in New Zealand has revealed how foods can increase children’s risk of cavities. Of course every parent knows the risks of sugary sodas and candy, but some common favorites that seem harmless are actually a huge risk as well.
The quarantine for coronavirus is causing many people to put off visiting the dentist, potentially worsening some oral health problems.
A study has found a link between the autoimmune disease lupus and periodontal disease.
Can good overall health reduce the risks associated with coronavirus? One thing that research is showing: Good oral health can mean less severe COVID-19 effects.
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