You saw that the food was steaming hot, but you couldn’t resist and took a big bite anyway. Now, you’ve burned the roof of your mouth. Here are some ways to soothe that sore palate.
Early and regular dental care is important to your baby’s oral health and overall development. Find out when baby should visit the dentist and what to expect at their first dental checkup.
Losing an adult tooth isn’t a Tooth Fairy opportunity; it’s a dental emergency. It’s important to act swiftly and carefully to increase the chances that your tooth can be saved and reimplanted.
Is there anything more obnoxious than a burnt tongue? Learn seven ways to soothe it and find out how long it will take to heal.
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Regular brushing and flossing can usually resolve bad breath. But if that doesn’t work, that smell may signal a larger health issue.
For some people, going to the dentist is an unpleasant and stress-inducing experience. But you can learn strategies for coping with dental anxiety and fear.
When it comes to replacing a missing tooth, either a dental implant or a dental bridge can do the job. But deciding which is right for you takes some personal consideration and advice from your dentist.
Want to make an achy jaw joint feel better? Try some of these at-home remedies to see if they can ease your TMJ pain.
Tooth fairies unite — a pediatric dentist explains when to expect your child’s teeth to start and stop falling out, along with some ways to prep them for the big event.
Your baby has their first tooth! But now what? It’s time to start brushing. A dentist shares what we need to know about children’s dental health.