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How to Prevent Tooth Decay in Your Special Needs Child

Preventing tooth decay from developing in your child's teeth requires a strong commitment to daily oral hygiene. But if you have a child with a chronic physical or behavioral Read More

Stop Tooth Decay Before It Derails Your Child's Dental Development

From birth to early adulthood, your child's teeth, gums and jaws develop at a rapid pace. And, for the most part, nature takes its course without our help. But tooth Read More

Stay Ahead of Decay-Spreading Root Cavities

Finding out you have a cavity isn't the best of news. But finding out it's a root cavity is even worse: if not treated, the decay can spread more Read More

Saving Primary Teeth From Decay Is Totally Worth It - Here's How

The few teeth your one or two year old has will eventually fall out in a few years—so, why be concerned about tooth decay this early? Actually, you should: Read More

Even All-Natural Fruit Juices Could Raise Your Child's Risk for Tooth Decay

The amount of sugar your child consumes has a huge bearing on their tooth decay risk: The more they take in, the higher it is for this destructive disease. Read More

Your Sinus Infection Might be a Sign of a Tooth Problem

Each year thousands of people develop sinus infections from various causes. But there's one cause for sinusitis that might surprise you—tooth decay. Tooth decay begins when the acid produced by Read More

If You're Older, be on the Lookout for Root Cavities

Tooth decay is a destructive oral disease, which along with periodontal (gum) disease is most responsible for tooth loss. And as you age, your disease risk goes up. One form Read More

Don't Ignore Sudden Tooth Pain - Your Teeth may be Telling you Something

Nothing grabs your attention like a sharp tooth pain, seemingly hitting you out of nowhere while you’re eating or drinking. But there is a reason for your sudden agony Read More

New Dental Advances Promise Better Outcomes for Treating Decay

Over the last century effectively treating a decayed tooth has often required removing any decayed structure with drilling and then filling the remaining cavity. While this approach does save Read More

Caps, Gowns and Smiles for High School Graduation

High school graduation marks the end of childhood and the beginning of young adulthood. Do you have a graduate in your family? If so, this is the ideal time Read More

Root Decay in Your Later Years Could Endanger Your Teeth

As we age we become more susceptible to dental diseases. A common but often initially unnoticed problem for seniors is root decay. We’re all familiar with tooth decay in the Read More

Take These Measures to Lower Your Child's Tooth Decay Risk

As a parent you’re always on the lookout for dangers to your toddler’s well-being: sharp corners on furniture, uneven walks or the occasional stomach bug. But a situation could Read More

Actor David Ramsey Discusses Baby Bottle Tooth Decay

Cavities can happen even before a baby has his first piece of candy. This was the difficult lesson actor David Ramsey of the TV shows Arrow and Dexter learned Read More

Four Tips for Preventing Premature Loss of Baby Teeth From Tooth Decay

Most often, all of your child’s primary teeth will eventually be replaced by permanent teeth, but you shouldn’t consider them less important — there are serious consequences for losing Read More

Giuliana and Bill Rancic Talk Tooth Decay

For some kids, having a cavity or two is just part of growing up. Not for Giuliana Rancic. When she was a child, the TV personality didn't have a Read More

How Tooth Decay Can Cause A Root Canal Problem

While some people associate the need for root canal treatment with an injury or trauma to a tooth (which is a valid cause), it can also most commonly be Read More

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