This link illustrates proper techniques to care for your teeth and gums. This link also gives you information about choosing the proper toothbrush and when to change them.
Rest Easy for Dental X-Rays
This link discusses the safety of dental x-rays as well as provide you with information on whom and when dental x-rays should be taken.
Gum Disease Risk Factors
There are many factors that can place you at risk for periodontal disease. This link provides helpful information about how stress, smoking and using other tobacco products can be harmful to your periodontal health.
Gum Disease Symptoms
This link features information on the signs and symptoms of gum disease. This link provides a Risk Assessment Test that can be taken to help you see if you are at risk of having or developing gum disease.
Types of Gum Disease
This link discusses the types and causes of periodontal disease; also includes illustrations and possible treatment options.
This link discusses how periodontal disease can negatively affect your overall health.
Women & Periodontal Disease
This link features information to help women prevent periodontal (gum) disease and protects their oral health.
Diabetes & Periodontal Disease
This link discusses how diabetes can increase your chances of developing periodontal disease, and how periodontal disease can put you at a higher risk of diabetes.
This link describes the various treatments for periodontal disease including dental implants, scaling & root planing, crown lengthening, regeneration, tissue grafts, and dental laser surgery.
Dental Implants: Teeth that Look and Feel Like Your Own
This link describes the process and benefits of dental implants.
This link explains dental implants and provides helpful information on taking care of them.
This link covers everything you need to know about the proper care of your teeth and gums during braces. This link discusses topics from "how to clean your teeth with braces" to "resolving sores in your mouth from braces".
A-Z Topics Sponsored by the ADA – General Health
This link provides you with information on your oral health. It covers all topics including pregnancy to adults over the age of 60.