According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), 30.4% of Medicaid enrollees smoke, compared to 14.7% of privately insured Americans, placing them at greater risk for diseases…read more
Over the years, you can damage your teeth in any number of ways. But no matter what damage you’ve done, you can always bring those chips and cracks in for a dentist to fix!
Does work or personal stress make you look older than your real age? An AACD study says smiling can help you appear younger, but cosmetic dentists…..read more
Advances in dentistry include lingual braces, also known as invisible braces. These braces are attached to the backside of teeth, the part that faces the tongue. These braces allow patients concerned about their appearance to still receive straight teeth.
An abnormal immune response could be one of the causes of metastases in oral cancer. The research team, led by Dr. Marco Magalhaes, Assistant Professor at the University of….read more
The Massachusetts Dental Society House of Delegates unanimously voted to create…… read more
Dental implant technology has advanced considerably in the last 50 years. A certified periodontist, prosthodontist or oral surgeon can evaluate you for a procedure to replace any damaged or missing teeth.