Are your teeth looking a little dingy lately? Teeth whitening is a safe way to achieve a brighter smile. Options include at-home products or professional in-office treatments.
You might have seen experts recommend all sorts of ways to clean your toothbrush. However, the best solution is actually quite simple. Here’s how to keep your toothbrush in tip-top shape.
Seeing your dentist every six months isn’t just good for early detection of tooth decay and gum issues — it’s also an opportunity to get screened for oral cancer.
Seeing pink in the sink after flossing? Learn from a periodontist why you might be seeing a little blood, when it’s important to see your healthcare provider and how to floss properly.
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You just had your wisdom teeth removed. Now what? Oral surgeons discuss what to expect and what to do after this common dental surgery.
If your cheek hurts, you may have a sinus infection, toothache, TMJ or other problem. Here’s what it could be, how to treat it and when to see your doctor or dentist.
What’s that white stuff on your tongue? It could be thrush, a fungal infection that tends to go away on its own. These home remedies can help relieve your symptoms in the meantime.
To keep your teeth sparkling, look for at-home products that use hydrogen peroxide and baking soda. Learn what else you can do to win the never-ending battle for a perfect smile.
Is everyone born with four wisdom teeth? Is it always necessary to have them removed? Everyone is different, but you should be aware of issues that can be caused by wisdom teeth.
Does your mouth taste like old pennies? Dysgeusia, a change in your sense of taste, can be a side effect of a variety of medical issues. Here’s why you might be experiencing a metallic taste and what to do about it.