Translucent or transparent teeth are a common issue. Whether you experience frequent acid reflux or suffer from dry mouth, there are many factors that can cause your teeth to appear see-through, particularly along the bottom edge of your teeth.
White spots are an annoying but largely cosmetic issue that can crop up on the surface of teeth. If you’re unhappy with the look of white spots on your teeth, the good news is that there are several ways to fix and prevent them from happening in the future.
Though teeth grinding is a common issue, there are a variety of home remedies for teeth grinding that can treat the grinding itself and the underlying causes to ease stress and get a better night’s sleep.
Most of us know that a toothbrush doesn’t last forever, but it can be difficult to remember when you last switched your toothbrush or what to look for when a toothbrush is nearing the end of its usefulness.
Brushing and flossing are crucial to maintaining a healthy smile — but what about mouthwash? TheAmerican Dental Association has found that mouthwash can reduce or control plaque, gingivitis, bad breath, and tooth decay.
Wellness has become a hot topic in the media and in the workplace. There is a renewed interest in becoming the best versions of ourselves, and a big part of that is dedicating our energy to support eight categories of wellness, which are known as pillars.
Cavities can happen to anyone and they often do. While tooth decay and cavities are common among adults and children, cavities are largely preventable and if your tooth is in the very early stages of decay, there are measures you can take to stop it from worsening. That’s why it’s so important to know how to tell if you have a cavity to keep your smile healthy and prevent further (and more painful) dental issues.
“Cavity” is one word that no one wants to hear as they’re sitting in the dentist chair. We’ll dive into what causes cavities, how you can spot one, and tips for preventing future cavities so you can spend less time with tooth pain and more time flashing your pearly whites.
Teaching your children healthy oral hygiene habits from a young age is key in protecting their teeth for years to come. While brushing and flossing isn’t always the most exciting activity for kids, there are plenty of ways you can make it fun.
We’ve all been guilty of smiling at work. There’s a good chance you’ve faked a smile after your coworker tells a mildly funny joke, in a job interview, or during an exceptionally long Zoom meeting. But all those fake smiles can add up — and it’s not a great result.
From a forehead kiss to a kiss on the cheek, different types of kisses have very different meanings. Research has shown that there are more than a dozen types of kisses, with some of them having romantic, friendly, or affectionate meanings.