Scientists have found that nutrients in cranberries and blueberries can be highly effective in protecting teeth tooth decay.
Oral cavity cancer is often discovered late, and patients with this advanced form of disease have a five-year survival rate of just 40%.
Dental calculus from archaeological samples could be a rich source for understanding the dental health of our ancestors.
Researchers have found a correlation between one type of oral cancer’s progression and the abundance of specific proteins in tumour tissue and saliva.
A new study indicates that postmenopausal women who have experienced tooth loss are at higher risk of developing high blood pressure.
A new study from the University of Zurich (UZH) has found that children's feelings when they lose their first baby tooth are predominantly positive.
Great Irish Famine victims were heavy smokers which caused badly rotten teeth, researchers have discovered.
Gum disease can often lead to tooth loss. Fortunately, a person can take many steps to prevent and even reverse gum disease.
Brushing your teeth for two minutes twice a day with a fluoride toothpaste can lower your risk of heart disease according to a new study.
Researchers have found that flossing before brushing may be the ideal sequence for the most thorough removal of dental plaque.