Dental Wellness: Frequently Asked Questions. I brush and floss everyday, yet I still have dental problems. What's the story?
Dental Wellness: Frequently Asked Questions. A list of 26 of the most asked questions about denistry.
Dental Wellness: Frequently Asked Questions. What is dental wellness; isn't it the same as dental health?
For years, thumb or finger sucking was considered a sign of weak moral character, and parents were advised to break the habit forcibly. It is now generally believed that sucking is a normal reflex and helps relax and comfort the child. Thumb and...
(November 19, 2002 - Colorado Springs) -- Reactivity with biomaterials in patients has been a hot topic for debate in the dental commu
Herbs with medicinal properties are a useful and effective source of treatment for various disease processes. Many drugs used in Western medical science-called allopathic medicine-have their origin in medicinal plants.
Homeopathy is a treatment option that was practiced widely in the United States until the early twentieth century, when medicinal (pharmaceutical) drugs became popular. Homeopathy is still very much accepted and used in Europe, especially in...
Most people think brushing alone will keep teeth and gums clean and healthy. This belief is shattered when they chew a special "disclosing" tablet made of food coloring that stains plaque, the sticky, colorless film of bacteria that forms on the...
As with any part of the body, if the mouth is invaded by a particular type of bacteria, virus, or fungus, the toxins generated by the microorganism may cause an infection.
If the eyes are the "windows of the soul," then the mouth is the "doorway to the body. " The oral cavity is situated at the end of the digestive tract and is surrounded by the lips and cheeks externally and by the gums and teeth internally.