A study by researchers at the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention suggests toddlers are consuming too much added sugar, with many actually exceeding adult recommendations.
In a release on PRNewswire (5/23), Delta Dental Plans Association states that its recent national survey finds “more than half of Americans (57 percent) have made an unplanned visit to
Did you know people may make eight common mistakes brushing teeth? Article from Reader’s Digest identifies common mistakes people may make while brushing, for example, not brushing teeth long enough.
Article from The Washington Post provides an overview of how teeth whitening works and some of the differences between over-the-counter products and in-office whitening.
Researchers Develop Tooth-Mounted Sensor To Track Diet. According to the article, “The innovation marks a new – and potentially more accurate – way to track patient diets.”
Visiting the dentist will help determine the cause of a toothache, but ahead of the appointment, the article suggests several at-home remedies to help minimize discomfort.
Do you know when to brush, floss and use mouthwash? Find out the “right time and order for the various steps of dental hygiene.”
Did you know many beverages shown in ads promoting a sports organization sponsorship are sugar-sweetened? Researchers found that 76% of sports sponsorships are tied to junk food.
Children can learn to “follow healthy and hygienic activities” by observing their mothers maintaining proper oral hygiene practices.
Did you know the appearance of a person’s tongue may reveal symptoms of diabetes, celiac disease, vitamin deficiencies and other health issues?