Dental Health

Researchers say they’ve found correlations between dental and heart health, among other conditions. Can brushing on your lunch break keep your oral hygiene in check?
These 3 habits can cause tooth loss and disease. See our infographic to prevent risk to your oral health.
Would you get an A+ in dental hygiene? Take our quiz to find out how much you know.
Research shows that foods low in sugar and high in fiber help prevent cavities and leads to a healthier smile. What are the super seven?
Do you know how dental insurance works, what it covers, how to choose the right plan, and how you can make the best use of it? Learn the answers and smile.
Poor oral health can have a serious impact on health and development. A few key considerations can help ensure your children’s dental health and teeth are strong as they grow.
Even before a baby’s teeth come in, parents should be paying attention to infant oral health. These steps mark the milestones and the care needed at each stage.
Children’s dental health affects more than just their teeth. Cavities are one of the most common chronic diseases of childhood. Poor dental health can impact learning and developing. Building good habits early sets children up for a lifetime of healthy teeth.