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Does Swimming Hurt Oral Health?

Swimming is a popular sport in the United States. According to the US Bureau of Labor Statistics, swimming is the fifth most popular form of exercise.

Air Polishing Basics

Air polishing as a device to remove extrinsic stain and dental plaque biofilm from the teeth first became available in 1976.

Effective Dental Care for Patients With Special Needs

Special care dentistry is the branch of oral health care that treats people with special needs, including those with physical, medical, developmental, or cognitive conditions that limit their ability to receive routine dental care.

Relationship Between Oral and Heart Health

Over the past 25 years, it has become apparent that oral infections/inflammation processes are associated with systemic diseases or pathologic conditions, but clear-cut causative mechanisms have not yet been established.