April is oral cancer awareness month and serves as a reminder of the importance of routine oral cancer screenings in order to increase the likelihood of early detection and chances of long term survival.
While it is understood that human immunodeficiency virus (HIV) attacks the immune system, the virus can severely impact every part of the body and increase the risk for developing oral health problems.
Roughly 10 million people in the United States suffer from at least one TMJ disorder. There are multiple factors that can cause TMD such as stress, trauma, clenching or grinding habits, chewing hard foods.
The American Association of Orthodontists (AAO) recommends children should receive an orthodontic consultation at the age of 7. Now with multiple options for orthodontic treatment, it can feel overwhelming to find the best treatment for your teen.
Cold weather is known for drying out your skin, but the dropping temperatures can also increase your risk for dental problems. These problems exist year-round, but dentists ask their patients to be mindful of dental maintenance around colder months.