Cavities, or dental caries, is the most widespread non-communicable disease globally, according to the World Health Organization.
The ability to digest the lactose in milk into adulthood emerged approximately 5,000 years ago in southern Europe.
People with gum disease have a greater likelihood of high blood pressure, according to a study published in Cardiovascular Research.
New guidelines suggest that milk and water are mostly the only things children aged five and under should drink.
Researchers have discovered a clear connection between gum disease and Alzheimer’s disease.
Ensuring good oral hygiene could help to prevent stroke.
A tooth infection, or an abscessed tooth, generally occurs as a result of tooth decay and poor oral hygiene.
A team of researchers has created a filling material that is twice as resistant to breakage than conventional fillings.
When left untreated, the consequences of gum disease can become irreversible. Now, a new procedure could treat the problem.
Patients who suffer loss of jaw bone are left with bony defects that are both aesthetically and functionally challenging.