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It's hard to believe it has been more than a year since COVID-19 made its way to the United States, disrupting life, work and school as we knew it. You may not realize this, but COVID-19 has also affected many people's teeth. Around the world, dentists are reporting an increase in patients coming in with tooth damage, jaw issues and other oral health conditions related to the virus. We know that sounds weird, but while SARS-CoV-2 is...

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Is bigger actually better? Maybe when it comes to some things, right? "Big Gulp" beverages, bigger vehicles and bigger TVs have their benefits— you get more. But is everything that's bigger better? What about when it comes to choosing health or dental care? Do you want a big, corporate chain taking care of your dental or medical needs, or would you prefer a more personal, one-on-one experience with your local doctor or dentist? We're going to guess...

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The end of 2020 is coming up quickly, and like many people, you may be very excited about that! There’s no doubt that it’s been one heck of a year, but while you’re making plans for 2021 to be the best year yet (yes, please!), don’t forget about a few things you need to do before 2020 ends. One thing you should definitely resolve to do before the clock strikes midnight on December 31 is...


Do you dream of being a Hollywood star? Who doesn't?! Living large, walking the red carpet, making tons of money and flashing your smile to paparazzi — for many people, it sounds like a dream come true. But if all this sounds great right up until the "showing your smile" part, you are not alone. Not to worry — while many famous people have tremendous and gorgeous smiles, they didn't all start that way. Some...


More than likely, COVID-19, also known as SARS CoV 2, has affected every aspect your life, including work, seeing friends and family, what times businesses or offices are open, and even how your kids go to school. But has it affected your oral health? Many dentists report they've seen an increase in patients with tooth damage and issues related to COVID-19.  You may be wondering exactly how COVID-19, a respiratory virus, can negatively impact oral health....

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Sleep apnea, chronic mouth breathing, obesity, memory problems, poor oral health, behavior disorders and bedwetting. While these conditions might not seem to be connected, you may be surprised to find out that they may be strangely related. And you may be even more surprised to find that how they are connected is through the jaw.  More specifically, the size of the jaw.  Over the last two and a half centuries, humans' skull size and the jaw length...