Amid all the talk of cost and access to healthcare come stories of innovation and grassroots solutions to get people the dental care that they need. These solutions are not the invention of big...
A study suggests that curbing the routine use of preventive antibiotics before dental work may have contributed to a rise in heart valve infections in England.
As pint-sized ghosts, goblins and the latest Pixar characters dash through neighborhoods on Halloween night collecting pounds of candy, dentists are gearing up to cash in – but not in the way you...
Everyone worries about bad breath from time to time especially after a spicy meal or a cup of coffee.
A new study on oral health and hygiene has found that elderly patients who wear dentures during sleep are at a higher risk for developing pneumonia than those who removed them.
Helping adults with developmental disabilities brush and floss their teeth is often hard for paid and unpaid caregivers, but family members could be in extra need of training, a new study suggests.
Exercise does a body good, or most of a body, according to a new study.
Those little blue microbeads in your Crest toothpaste may be getting stuck in your teeth and gums, prompting dentists to ask toothpaste manufacturers for a change.
Chugging a daily cup of joe may have you spewing sour coffee breath, but it also might pack some sweet rewards, too.
The CDC applauds the adding of fluoride to our water supply as one of the biggest public health triumphs of the 20th century.