Men's Health Month

Men Need to Brush More to Protect Their Health

Date: Jun 24, 2015

Since June is Men’s Health Month, hopefully every man is taking a little bit more time dedicated to their health. But one simple thing men can do to improve their help is probably still being neglected: oral hygiene. Recent surveys indicate that men are much…

Triceratops Teeth

Triceratops Teeth Were the Most Complex Ever

Date: Jun 17, 2015

Jurassic World roared into theaters over the weekend, focusing extensively on the teeth of dinosaurs. Of course, there’s the dentally challenged Indominus rex, who sports probably the second-worst dino dentition ever seen on screen (top honors go to Vastatosaurus rex from King Kong (2005), since…

Genetic Smiles

Easy Smiles May Be Genetic

Date: Jun 10, 2015

Researchers at Northwestern University think they may have found the secret to why some people are very emotional, smiling and laughing or breaking down and crying, while others are more stoic. The secret, they say, is in the DNA. Variations on a Gene Researchers have…

Types of Sugar

Are All Sugars Just as Bad for Your Teeth?

Date: May 27, 2015

Americans are , but we’re still eating an awful lot of it. The most recent estimate is that we consume about 77 pounds of added sugar a year, or an average of 20 teaspoons a day. To get a sense of how bad that is,…