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I went to a ‘dental bar’ that offers TVs, blankets, and massage exam chairs, and it showed me that medical providers are really starting t...
I went to DNTL, a "walk-in dental bar," to get a semi-annual teeth cleaning.
Many people are guilty of putting off going to the dentist, but there are some signs that it's time to visit your provider.
Having healthy teeth is important but there's a lot we do every day that put wear and tear on our teeth. We asked an expert what does true damage.
This $230 Philips Sonicare toothbrush maps your mouth using an app that shows you how to brush better — here’s what it’s like to use...
This $230 smart toothbrush is pricey, but my teeth have never felt cleaner. Here's my experience using the Philips Sonicare DiamondClean Smart toothbrush.
About 1,000 human teeth were found in a building in Valdosta, Georgia. They're likely there because the building was a dentist's office in the 1900s.
A dentist at an immigration detention facility told inspectors he doesn’t have time for cleanings or fillings — but suggested immigrants f...
A California detention center housing nearly 1,700 immigrants provides such substandard medical care that inspectors said it provides a "significant threat" to immigrants' health and well-being, a recently released Homeland Security watchdog report said.
A 6-year-old who could barely speak is now using full sentences after his dentist did a 10-second procedure
Mason Motz, 6, was mostly nonverbal for years until a dentist noticed he had a common condition known as tongue-tie. After a quick procedure, Motz's tongue-tie was corrected, and now he's speaking clearly for the first time in his life.
These dentists-turned-entrepreneurs invented a clever way to choose the lowest price you want to pay for dental treatment — here’s how it ...
Two Brooklyn-based dentists have created a tool that matches patients and dentists by price and location.
The Uveneer kit uses templates to help perfectly apply composites to the teeth, making it less invasive than regular methods.
A $99-a-month startup wants to help straighten your teeth without you having to step foot in an orthodontist’s office
SmileDirectClub is trying to shake up the teeth-straightening industry by cutting out the steps of going in person to a dentist or orthodontist.