Oral Health A-Z

In this section, learn about conditions that affect your Oral Health – the teeth, gums, and tongue — including sensitive teeth, toothaches, tooth decay, cavities, and teeth grinding (bruxism).

Latest Oral Health Videos

The #1 Most Common Type of Tooth Pain

Video Transcript Hi, Dr. B here of AsktheDentist.com. What is the most common type of tooth pain? It’s a good question. I have been in practice for 25 years and most people come in with a certain type of tooth pain, which I am going to describe to you now. The symptoms are a slight non-lingering…

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The #1 Most Common Type of Tooth Pain

I Haven’t Been to the Dentist in Forever. What Should I Do?

Has it been awhile since you’ve been to the dentist? A lot of people have written in saying that they want to go back to the dentist, but they’re afraid, anxious, or ashamed of how much time they’ve let lapse. It’s hard to even know where to start! Today I’m sharing three tips that will help take the anxiety out of the process.

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Has it been awhile since you’ve seen your dentist? Don’t be anxious! Here’s 3 tips for you. | AskTheDentist.com

What to Do in a Dental Emergency

Having a dental emergency? Don’t panic! Most dental emergencies are nowhere near the severity of other medical emergencies. You should still call your dentist right away, but here are some tips just in case you can’t get an appointment quickly.

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What to Do in a Dental Emergency

How to Never Get a Cavity: Remineralization 101

If you are struggling with constant cavities, the answer may lie in your diet. In this post, you’ll learn about your teeth’s natural abilities to resist cavities, and why what you eat is the greatest deciding factor as to whether you get cavities (not oral hygiene).

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How to Never Get a Cavity: Remineralization 101