• Diet Soda vs. Regular Soda: Which is better for teeth?
    When most patients ask the doctor this question, they're thinking strictly about sugar content — cut out the bacteria-feeding sugar that's present in regular soda by opting for a diet Read more
  • Gum Disease in Children
    When it comes to gum disease and your child, it’s a good news/bad news situation. The very good news is that children rarely suffer from advanced gum disease, or periodontitis. Read more
  • Vapers Beware Toxic Arsenic Levels – E-Cig News
    Toxic arsenic levels It was reported in USA today leading researchers found extremely toxic arsenic levels and other harmful metals in e-cig vapes, according to a study at Johns Hopkins. The study Read more
  • 7 Ways to Make Brushing Fun for Kids
    If you think you’re busy, try being a kid. In addition to school, activities and family time, they’re learning how to take care of themselves and others in new ways Read more
  • Adding a calcium hydroxide liner to help with sensitivity on deep decay
    The removal of deep carious lesions requires careful excavation to avoid pulp exposure and the need for endodontic therapy, and the stepwise or partial caries removal techniques have been indicated Read more
  • AAP says juice a no-no for babies
    Citing its relationship with dental decay, among other health-related concerns, the American Academy of Pediatrics in May released a policy statement recommending no fruit juice for children under 1 year. “We Read more
  • Newly accepted ADA Seal product helps eliminate bad breath
    Two ClōSYS Alcohol-Free Oral Health Rinses are the first mouth rinses to be awarded the ADA Seal of Acceptance for the management of oral malodor. The ADA Council on Scientific Affairs Read more
  • Diabetes Mellitus and Sugary Drinks
    Sugar-sweetened beverages (SSBs) are dietary sources of sugar that are factors in caries development and tooth loss. Dietary sugar also is linked to diabetes mellitus (DM). There is limited research Read more
  • Natural Tooth Repair
    Following trauma or an infection, the inner, soft pulp of a tooth can become exposed and infected. In order to protect the tooth from infection, a thin band of dentin Read more
  • Tooth Whitening
    The Vancouver Sun reports that the demand for whiter teeth is causing people to create permanent tooth damage through the overuse of over the counter bleaching kits. An assistant professor Read more

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