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Recent news reports say there's no scientific evidence to support flossing, but dental associations continue to recommend it. Why's that?
By Alia Hoyt Aug 11, 2016
And did we mention that this synthetic biomaterial could eventually lead dentists to retire root canals?
By John Donovan Jul 8, 2016
Most folks would head to the orthodontist to have their teeth straightened, but that's not what one broke college student and designer did.
By Kate Kershner Mar 28, 2016
You may not need to pull them after all (and spend three days as a chipmunk). But don't think that means the ordeal is over.
By Julia Layton Feb 9, 2016
An infection that starts as a toothache can spread throughout your body. Before you self-prescribe ice and pain pills and go to bed, consider what can happen if you skip the dentist's chair.
By Laurie L. Dove
If you're worried you have bad breath it might be for good reason. You can't smell your own breath so it might be hard to tell — until it's too late.
By Jennifer Sellers
We're often told that our adult set of teeth is the last call for new pearly whites, but can alligators teach humans to replace even more lost teeth?
By Bambi Turner
If you've ever skipped brushing your teeth before bed, you may have noticed that they have a fuzzy texture the next day. What is that icky-feeling stuff, and what can you do about it?
Ah, coffee: smells so good, yet stinks your breath so bad. Since giving up this daily indulgence is out of the question, how can you lessen the odor?
Do you know the truths behind bikini waxes? See our list of five truths about bikini waxes to get informed.
By Katie Lambert
Acne is by far the most common skin complaint among teenagers. In this article we breakdown the common causes of acne and effective treatments.
By Tamar Nordenburg
Shaving for both males and females typically starts in the teenage years. See shaving dos and don'ts for teens for tips on hair removal.
By Discovery Fit and Health Writers
Though rare, infection from dental work, or even vigorous brushing, can lead to pericarditis. But what are the symptoms -- and when should you call your doctor?
By Brion O'Connor
Gum surgery sounds like a scary and painful procedure. We'll tell you what to really expect if you're preparing for this oral treatment.
By Terri Briseno
If you've ever had a cavity, you've probably got something in your teeth right now. No, not the spinach salad you had for lunch. We're talking about something a bit more ... filling.
By Kevin P. Allen
You already brush with fluoride toothpaste. So do you really need a professional fluoride treatment at the dentist, too?
At-home tooth-whitening products are extremely popular, but having a professional make your smile bright might be a better option. Is it worth the expense? What are the risks?
By Maria Trimarchi
The guy in the 1940's toothpaste ad has a toothbrush that looks two inches long, and he is covering every bit of it. Learn more about how much toothpaste should you use.
By Lloyd Alter, Planet Green
Cold showers can improve your skin, your circulation, your sperm count and maybe your hair. Learn more about taking a cold shower for your health.
By Josh Peterson, Planet Green
Saliva plays an important role in your teeth's health. Think you know what its job is?
When bacteria coat your teeth and gums and lead to dental issues, getting rid of the foul odor that's often a side effect isn't always easy. Which dental problems tend to cause bad breath, and what can you do about them?
By Tom Scheve
If your child has hand, foot and mouth disease, someone is likely to ask, "Wait, don't you get that from pigs?" No, that's hoof and mouth. So what exactly is hand, foot and mouth disease?
Mouth cancer can be a vicious, sometimes-fatal attack on the body. Knowing what to look for, what to avoid and when to seek medical help is crucial in stemming the disease.
Grinding your teeth got your head and jaw aching? See what could be the cause.
By Michael Franco
Wisdom teeth, tonsils and gall bladders may be the misfit toys of the human body, but with an 85 percent removal rate, those wise chompers rarely get to stick around for long.
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