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Intense Exercise May Harm Your Teeth

Regular vigorous exercise is often associated with positive health outcomes such as weight loss, but it may actually increase the risk of dental caries and other oral health problems.

EPA: Less Dental Mercury in Water

The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) has proposed new standards to reduce the amount of mercury released from dentists' offices.

Oral Health in Young Women Lacking

Women of childbearing age in the United States should be encouraged to maintain better oral care and visit the dentist routinely.

Fluoride in Primary Care for Children

The American Academy of Pediatrics (AAP) has issued a report regarding fluoride in the primary care setting.

FDA: Oral Viscous Lidocaine Warning

The FDA warns that prescription oral viscous lidocaine 2% solution should not be used to treat infants and children with teething pain.

MC3 for RA, Periodontitis

Melanocortin receptor type 3 (MC3) has protective properties for joint and periodontal tissues.

Rebuilding Teeth with Laser Therapy

Non-ionizing, low-power laser (LPL) treatment may be coming to a dentist office near you in the future.

Periodontitis Tied to RA

Periodontitis is independently associated with established seropositive rheumatoid arthritis (RA).

News

AAP: Pediatricians Should Be Involved in Oral Health Care

Pediatricians should perform oral health assessments and help maintain and restore oral health for the youngest children, according to a policy statement from the American Academy of Pediatrics (AAP).

Physician-Dentist Collaboration for Diabetes Care Recommended

Dentists are uniquely placed to identify patients with diabetes, and those with diabetes who are at risk for complications.

Sleeping with Dentures May Raise Pneumonia Risk

Researchers say sleeping with false teeth may raise risk of pneumonia.

EPA Wants Less Dental Mercury Entering Environment

The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) has proposed new standards to reduce the amount of mercury released from dentists' offices.

Why Intense Exercise May Harm Your Teeth

Regular vigorous exercise is often associated with positive health outcomes such as weight loss, but it may actually increase the risk of dental caries and other oral health problems.

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