Patients with new dental implants may be able to detect signs of trouble early enough to help prevent complications that can damage gums and bone, a British study suggests.
When James Crow took his 5-year-old daughter Elizabeth to Smiles R Us in Carrolton, Georgia, he didn't expect to leave so shaken.
More than a quarter of Americans lie about it, and 36 percent say they would rather do an unpleasant activity like cleaning the toilet or working on their taxes.
If you share a bathroom with a roommate or a partner, there’s a good chance your toothbrush contains that person’s fecal matter, a new study suggests.
“Natural” Tom’s of Maine toothpaste is really packed with chemicals, a class-action lawsuit claims.
A growing number of parents are suing a Jacksonville dentist, accusing him of mistreating children and performing unneeded tooth extractions.
Everything from smoking to cancer treatment can cause dry mouth, but one of the most common causes of the uncomfortable condition is medication.
The government is lowering the recommended amount of fluoride added to drinking water for the first time in more than 50 years.
There is little evidence to support claims that a popular sweetener reduces the likelihood of cavities on its own, according to a new analysis of past research.