Despite Dentists’ Urging, Many Don’t Take Proper Care of Teeth

Dental News Despite Dentists’ Urging, Many Don’t Take Proper Care of Teeth Saturday, April 28, 2007; 12:00 AM HealthDay News — There’s limited evidence that so-called behavior management techniques help dentists convince patients to brush and floss their teeth properly. That’s the conclusion of British researchers who reviewed four previous studies that included a total of […]

To Keep Your Teeth, Brush And See The Dentist

Dental News To Keep Your Teeth, Brush And See The Dentist March 4, 2003 By Lisa EllisInteliHealth News Service INTELIHEALTH — Patient to dentist: Do I really have to floss all my teeth?Dentist: No, only the ones you want to keep. It’s an old joke, but now researchers say they have demonstrated it’s also true: People who […]

Children Need Dentists – NOT Fluoridation

Dental News Children Need Dentists – NOT Fluoridation, Study Shows From New York State Coalition Opposed to Fluoridation Sunday, July 13, 2003 Despite living without fluoridated water, rural children’s cavity rates equal those of urban children, who are more likely to drink fluoridated water, according to a large national government study of over 24,000 U.S. […]

Turning kids into their own personal dentists

Dental News Turning kids into their own personal dentists Monday, June 03, 2002 “Rosy lips, teeth within” will not just remain a nursery rhyme for school students anymore. Thanks to a full-fledged clinic at J. D. Tytler School here — probably the first in the entire country as part of a school-based preventive dental health […]

Medical Vacations” – A Good Idea?

Dental News Cancer Surgery, Dental Work in India “Medical Vacations” – A Good Idea? By Fred YagerConsumerAffairs.Com January 29, 2007 Do you need a break from skyrocketing health care costs? Maybe you should take something called a “medical vacation.” More and more people faced with expensive medical procedures are doing just that. An estimated half […]