Dental Health

The physiological changes that a woman goes through during pregnancy can negatively affect her oral health. It is important that pregnant women continue to see their dentist throughout their pregnancy, be aware of the problems that could arise, and understand how to prevent or treat...

Each year in the United States, nearly 10,000 men and women lose their fight with oral cancer, and globally, oral cancer is the sixth most common cancer. Former Surgeon General David Satcher has described oral diseases, including oral cancer, as a “silent epidemic” in the...

According to the American Academy of Cosmetic Dentistry (AACD), cosmetic dentistry is dentistry that is aimed at creating a positive change to your teeth and smile. It can be considered a dental facelift for those who are unhappy with the appearance of their teeth. A...

Did you know that February is heart health month? You are probably wondering why dentists are talking about your heart and not your teeth. Several studies have been conducted on the connection between oral health and heart health. There hasn’t been a proven causation between...