All the better to eat you with!
Richard Barnett thrilled us with his beautifully gruesome books about the history of surgery and illness, but his new book about the the fine and foul of dentistry will make you thankful for the dentist's drill.
Thumb suckers beware, using a dummy may cause damage to your teeth.
Sharks can grow back lost teeth, so it seems like a evolutionary oversight that humans can't.
Cut marks on teeth suggest human evolution developed handedness 1.8 million years ago.
New study finds that most the successful ornithopods’ diet remained unchanged despite evolution of new food sources.
It’s important to brush your teeth everyday, but you actually know what you are brushing them with?
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Tooth enamel is harder than steel, but breaks much easier.
Most parts of our body need cleaning once a day or less. But why do dentists tell us to brush a teeth at least twice a day?
It's important to remember to brush your teeth, but is whitening them really a good idea?
We learn to brush our teeth from a very young age, but does science have anything to say on the matter?
As you dutifully brush your teeth morning and night, your toothbrush stand leaks heat.
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