Healthy Aging: Oral Health for Older Adults

Healthy Aging: Oral Health for Older Adults

In the past, losing teeth and getting dentures was considered an almost-inevitable part of aging. Those days are over. Intact teeth, healthy gums and pain-free smiles are what older adults should expect as they maintain good oral hygiene and get regular dental care. Click here to learn more information from

Keeping a Toothbrush Clean

We often don’t think about brushing our teeth until we actually need to do so. That, however, can actually be harmful to your oral health. Your mouth has all sorts of oral bacteria in it, and keeping your mouth clean helps lessen the harmful bacteria that may cause tooth decay. The tools that you use…

How to Soothe a Teething Baby

Parents often think that their babies are teething when they begin drooling and putting their fingers in their mouth when they are around 3 or 4 months old. However, this is often simply a developmental milestone and has nothing to do with actual teething. See more from

Caring for your Teeth and Gums

Do you care for your teeth properly? More often than not oral hygiene is overlooked. These tips will help you get on top of your oral hygiene, with advice on when to brush to natural solutions and remedies to ensure your teeth and gums are properly cared for. See more from Reader’s Digest!

How Stem Cells Could End Root Canals

What if you could skip that visit to the dentist because your teeth could heal themselves? Researchers from the University of Nottingham and the Wyss Institute at Harvard University developed new regenerative dental fillings that use the stem cells inside your teeth to repair tissue – potentially making root canals ancient history. See more from…