Have you ever sat down to a plate of lasagna from your favorite Italian place and immediately taken a huge bite without waiting for it to cool down?
Over 18 million adults in the US alone, as well as up to 20 percent of habitually snoring children, have sleep apnea.
Most of us have at least heard of laughing gas, the whimsically-nicknamed sedation method used by dentists, even if we haven’t had it ourselves.
Many of the things we drink are actually pretty bad for our teeth, especially soda, fruit juice, and coffee.
Many of us are unhappy with the way our smiles look.
Fads aren’t always about hairstyles and slang; they can also be about the way we take care of our bodies, including our teeth.
A toothache is never fun to deal with, and they can happen for a variety of reasons.
One of life’s cruelest ironies is that so many of the foods and drinks we enjoy the most aren’t good for us at all.
We all like to show off our personality and sense of style in the way we present ourselves, from clothing to hairstyle to cosmetics.
It might seem like diabetes and oral health have little to do with each other, but this is unfortunately not the case.