I often get questions about how often toothbrushes should be replaced, based on the notion that they’re likely to carry more germs as they age.
When you get a cavity you’re supposed to feel it, right? Well, at some point, yes, but if it gets to that point it’s probably been left too long.
The tongue is perhaps the strangest and most useful muscle in the human body. Every day we employ it for various duties with hardly a second thought.
Most people will tell you that becoming a parent changes your perspective on things in life. In my case, a big change came in how I give advice to patients.
Are cavities a result of genetics? Should we resign ourselves to a mouthful of cavities because our parents had “bad teeth?”
Take it from a man who loves his food: good snacks are important. They have to be tasty, convenient, and keep you going between larger meals.
Let’s look at common mistakes people make in their approach to oral health.
What is it? Does it work? Is it all it’s made out to be? What’s with the weird name? As is my custom, I did a little digging to get to the bottom of things for you.
The term “mixed dentition” refers to the period when children transition from baby teeth to adult teeth.
With seven billion people on the planet opinions on the best way to brush one’s teeth are bound to differ.