5 Consequences of Not Visiting the Dentist

1. Tooth Loss Have you ever seen someone with big black gaps in their smile? You might suffer a similar fate if you don’t stop your cavities before they spread. 2. Toothache If you’re crunching aspirin every day, it’s time to bite the bullet and...

Dental Decay Issues Don’t End In The Mouth

Did you know that more children suffer from early childhood caries (ECC) than any other disease? Yes, chronic tooth decay is a disease! Many people do not appreciate the full impact tooth decay has on young children, and their future. Children are often inconsistent...

Oral Health Division in America

When it comes to dental healthcare The U.S. is demonstrating yet another split between “haves” and “have nots” according to a recent Harris Poll. Those in households with an income of under $50,000 are more likely to delay needed preventive...

The Link Between Kidney and Oral Health

March is National Kidney Month, making this a great time to learn about the role this important organ plays in your daily life. The kidney, shaped like a bean, is a filter, which removes waste and excess water from the blood. Unfortunately, some people experience...

A Healthy Mouth Can Prevent HPV

Scientists at the University of Texas Health Science Center have discovered a link between oral health and HPV, the human papillomavirus. There is an inverse relationship between oral health and HPV contraction; the worse one’s oral health, the greater the...