You can buy do-it-yourself whitening products or have your dentist whiten your teeth. Both work. Here are the side effects.
Brushing and flossing your teeth are critical to preventing gingivitis, an early stage of gum disease. Here’s what also can help.
Over time teeth can be weakened by fillings, crowns, or root canals. But you can help protect them by avoiding certain foods and opting for smart substitutes.
People age 50 to 64 who put off going to the dentist were more likely to have dental problems later on. Some of that reason was cost. Here’s where to find help.
When it comes to drinks that can damage your teeth, wine is close to the top of the list. You can blame that on its high acid content.
Here’s why electric toothbrushes reduce levels of plaque and prevent gum disease more effectively than manual brushes.
Most chronic cases of bad breath, or halitosis, result from the buildup of bacteria that live in your mouth. Here’s how to find help.
We all know the basics of taking care of our teeth: brush at least twice a day, floss daily and make regular visits to the dentist. But an important part of having healthy teeth is the food we eat. Certain foods may help prevent common dental problem...