Dental health is one of the most neglected parts of our well-being. A lot of people do not realize that there is an intimate connection between dental health and overall health, which in turn is co…
Tips for TMJ Pain
Temporomandibular joint disorders (TMJ), is a chronic inflammation of the jaw joint and surrounding facial muscles. Cosmetic dentist Dr. Bill Dorfman...
Dental Hygiene: Man With Gross Plaque On Teeth Visits Dentist Office After 10 Years
This is what happens to your teeth when you don’t visit the dentist for 10 years.
What Your Breakouts Say About Your Health Based On Where They Pop Up
Everything you need to know about facial mapping.
What Is Sedation Dentistry?
WebMD explains how sedation dentistry works, what it involves, and how you can sleep through your next dentist appointment.
How Dental Bonding Can Alter the Look and Feel of Your Teeth
Dental bonding is a relatively inexpensive cosmetic dentistry procedure for making minor dental repairs. Find out if dental bonding is right for you.
Your Kids can be Cavity-Free with These 6 Steps
Tooth decay is the most common childhood disease, and what’s worse is that 20% of children’s cavities are left untreated. But there’s good news: cavities are nearly 100% preventable. Follow... Read More
Do DIY Teeth Whitening Methods Really Work?
Some "natural" ways of whitening teeth, such as brushing them with a strawberry and baking-soda mixture, do not actually whiten teeth, and may even weaken them, new research finds.
How Dental Floss Is Made
A look at the manufacturing process of dental floss - an invaluable invention for maintaining oral hygiene and a great weapon against gum diseases.
How Can Green Tea Help Your Smile?
Many of us could use a little pick-me-up in the morning, and coffee is largely the drink we turn to. Sure, it causes tooth stains and bad breath, but go into any Starbucks on your way to work and you’ll see a packed house. But what if I told you that switching from coffee to green tea could help you improve your oral health and reduce your visits to the dentist It’s true! Green Tea and Overall Health Green tea has been consumed for centuries due to its medicinal benefits, which includes improve heart health, regulating body temperature, promoting digestion, and improving mental processes. In America, black tea is often the tea of choice, but it contains far fewer antioxidants and more caffeine. The unfermented leaves of green tea, on the other hand,…