Practicing good oral hygiene is very important for many reasons. Research has recently shown that good oral hygiene goes beyond fighting off cavities. It also lessens your risk of cancer. Research has found that people with low levels of dental plaque were 80 percent less likely to die of cancer than those with high plaque […]
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I came across this post, and I thought I would share: Tooth Fairies Around the World Everyone will lose baby teeth as children…and then the tooth fairy comes into the picture. After looking into stories about the tooth fairy it turns out that the U.S. is not the only country that tells tales of the […]
From time to time, the main stream media comes up with a great article about teeth and over-all body health. Another such article was published in the Wall Street Journal last week titled “If Your Teeth Could Talk.” It is another great article about how important your teeth and oral care are to you complete […]
There is a lot of discussion through the media and among the dental community about a recent article in the journal Cancer creating a possible link between dental x-rays and brain cancer. I am posting a review of this research that was put together by a friend of mine who is an orthodontist in Litchfield […]
On August 6th 2011, 30 Americans fighting for our country – one being our own Spencer C. Duncan of Olathe, KS. – lost their lives when their Chinook helicopter was shot down in Afghanistan. From this tragic event came the Spencer C. Duncan “Make It Count Project” which is dedicated to supporting organizations, communities, and […]
What’s the best thing about glow-in-the-dark braces?
They’ll make your smile light up a room.