Protecting Children’s Oral Health
Gingivitis (the first stage of periodontal disease) is nearly universal in children and adolescents.
Protecting Oral Health Throughout Your Life
Hormonal fluctuations throughout a woman’s life can affect many tissues, including gum tissue.
Tobacco Use and Periodontal Disease
Tobacco use is harmful to oral health.
Researchers find tongue piercing could lead to gum and tooth problems…
A new study found that extended wear of tongue jewelry (barbell-type) could increase your chance of gum recession and tooth chipping.
How to Keep a Healthy Smile for Life?
Research indicates that older people have the highest rates of gum disease and need to do more to maintain good oral health.
Baby Steps to Healthy Pregnancy and On-Time Delivery
The health of your gums may affect the health of your baby-to-be.
Diabetic patients are more likely to develop periodontal disease, which in turn can increase blood sugar and diabetic complications.
Gum Disease Links to Heart Disease and Stroke.
Researchers have found that people with gum disease are almost twice as likely to suffer from coronary artery disease.