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Guided Full-Arch Implant Surgery

The topic of guided full-arch surgery is something I have been following for many years, and I have favored non-guided full-arch surgery in the past. However, because of recent advancements, many of which are outlined in this month’s article by Drs. Ganz and Tawil, I have now embraced full-arch guided surgery as part

Valenza Named Texas Dentist of the Year

The Texas Academy of General Dentistry (TAGD) has named John A. Valenza, DDS, its 2019 Texas Dentist of the Year. Valenza is a distinguished teaching professor and dean of the University of Texas Health Science Center at Houston School of Dentistry (UTSD).

Health Tip: Getting Rid of Bad Breath

About half of adults have bad breath at some point, says the American Dental Association. Medically called halitosis, it is frequently caused by eating certain potent foods, smoking or dry mouth.

Perfect Teeth Won’t Guarantee a Perfect Life

Braces won't suddenly give you more confidence, even if they give you a winning smile, Australian researchers say. They came to that conclusion after following nearly 500 young people in Australia from age 13 to 30.

CDC: Dental Care Often Overlooked for Older Americans

Overall in the U.S., about 29% of adults 65 and older had dental insurance in 2017, and about 66% had seen a dentist in the last year, according to survey data published Wednesday by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.

Protect protruding teeth from damage and long-term consequences

Children with their first or early adult set of teeth that stick out have an increased chance of damaging them, but the risk can be easily reduced without being prohibitively costly.

Possible causes of facial pain

Facial pain is common and often the result of headaches and injuries. However, other causes of facial pain include nerve conditions, jaw and dental problems, and infections.

Teeth whitening products can harm protein-rich tooth layer

Americans spend more than a billion dollars on teeth whitening products each year. Although these products can make smiles brighter, new research shows that they might also be causing tooth damage.