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From preventing cavities to how to pay for treatment, we’ve compiled information on some of the most common issues affecting dental patients of all ages.
Find answers to your questions about oral health with our patient fact sheets, available in English, Spanish, Chinese, Russian, Hmong and Vietnamese.
Dental amalgam has been studied and reviewed extensively, and has established a record of safety and effectiveness.
Available in English, Spanish, Chinese, Russian, Hmong and Vietnamese.
There are many reasons for bad breath. Mouth odor, also called halitosis, is a common condition and sometimes a source of embarrassment.
Is something keeping you from smiling? It could be that whatever it is can be fixed easily and relatively painlessly.
Cavities are preventable and caused by certain types of bacteria (germs) that live in your mouth. Find out how to help prevent them.
Dental implants offer a way to have artificial teeth that look natural and feel secure.
Learn who the members of the dental team are and what each member is responsible for.
Dental tourism refers to patients traveling abroad for the purpose of obtaining non-emergency care. A key concern is the consistency of the quality of care provided.
Replacing missing teeth benefits both your health and your appearance.
Xerostomia (zē′rō-stō′mē-ă) is the medical term for a dry mouth due to lack of saliva.
It is now recognized that mothers, or main caregivers, are the most common source of transmission of decay causing bacteria to their infants.