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1/18 We've all been there, and we all know how much it can hurt. Maybe it's been in the middle of a fall, or perhaps it was a response to stress, but biting your cheek can...
1/18 “Odynophagia” is the medical term for painful swallowing. Pain can be felt in your mouth, throat, or esophagus. You may experience painful swallowing when drinking or eating food. Sometimes swallowing difficulties, known as dysphagia, can accompany...
1/17 Going to the dentist may be a relatively modern phenomenon, but did you know that people have been using toothpaste since about 500 B.C.? Back then, the ancient Greeks would use a mixture that contained...
1/17 Some say the eyes are the window to the soul. But if you really want to know what someone’s about, check their smile. A welcoming show of pearly whites makes a great first impression, while...
1/15 When you search for toothpaste, the ads say it all — look for something that will give you minty-fresh breath and shiny white teeth. But what happens when your toothpaste gives you more than what...
1/15 Everyone knows that anything from smoking to poor oral hygiene can result in yellow teeth. As such, having a blue or gray tooth can be scary. Here’s what you need to know. You probably know...
1/14 If you have an abnormally smooth, dark pink, or red flat area on your tongue, you may have a condition called median rhomboid glossitis (MRG). The name may sound serious, but unless you have any...
1/14 If someone uses the phrase “mouth-watering,” it’s usually a compliment or a sign that they’re appreciating good food. But if your mouth is literally watering, that’s a little different. Excessive saliva, known as hypersalivation, can...
1/13 Brushing teeth is an age-old concept that is core to our everyday hygiene. It’s a routine that we have followed since childhood and still maintain. It can help prevent various oral problems like cavities, decay,...
1/13 You know brushing your teeth twice a day and flossing are staples of good oral hygiene, but is brushing your tongue really necessary? In short, yes. Why is my tongue important? Though the tongue often...
1/12 Dental implants represent the pinnacle of prosthodontics as the closest we have come to recreating natural teeth. Implants are permanent, as strong or stronger than natural teeth, and visually indistinguishable once they are installed. While...
1/12 Tongues often get overlooked when people are on a quest to have a beautiful smile. When you think about it, tongues play an important role in helping you to taste food and speak properly. Your...

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