A study conducted by Rutgers University revealed a trend in which patients with 10 to 19 teeth were more likely to be at risk for malnutrition. Those patients classified as … Read More →
From mouthwash to thicker floss, here’s what the experts recommend after age 50 in AARP’s article, Finding Better Dental Tools to Clean Older Teeth.
Healthy teeth might be something you don’t think about until there is something wrong. You can take some basic steps to keep your teeth healthy, such as brushing regularly, attending … Read More →
You probably know that you should brush and floss regularly to keep your mouth healthy, but did you know that replacing your toothbrush should be an important part of your … Read More →
Dental care is costlier than it once was, but a few tips can make it more affordable. Check out these recommendations from Consumer Reports on how you can keep dental care affordable.
Oral Health America (OHA) proudly announces the relaunch of its older adult website, Toothwisdom.org.
March is National Nutrition Month, and as we age eating nutritional foods is increasingly important. It may seem more convenient to order take out, or dine at restaurants, or pick … Read More →
Flossing is performed not only to clear food from in between teeth, but most significantly to remove plaque. Flossing is important to incorporate into your daily oral care routine to … Read More →
Test your dental health knowledge with this 10 question quiz created by Oral Health America, the non-profit organization behind www.toothwisdom.org! Are you a Brushing Brainiac, Savvy Smiler, Smile Scholar, or … Read More →