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Money Magazine: 4 ways to get cheaper dental careupdated: Wed Jun 09 2010 06:49:00

Dental care can really take a bite out of your wallet. Even if you have insurance -- and just over half of people do, says the National Association of Dental Plans -- the typical co-insurance is only 50% on major procedures such as root canals, bridges, and crowns, which run $750 and up.

Study: Redheads' extra pain may cause fear of dentistsupdated: Mon Aug 03 2009 11:07:00

Despite two injections of anesthetic, Amy Anderson felt like her dentist was jamming rods into her tooth during a root canal. She writhed in pain as her infected tooth was hollowed with a drill, its nerve amputated, and then sealed.

How can I get healthier gums?updated: Mon May 18 2009 10:56:00

I think my gums are infected slightly. I brush twice a day, use Listerine, and Act rinsing. What can I use each day for getting healthier gums? Amy Winehouse Is a Sucker for Thumbsupdated: Sat Mar 28 2009 16:48:00

The Back to Black singer is back to a childhood habit

Stress and teeth grindingupdated: Mon Jan 19 2009 12:03:00

The signs of stress may be showing up in your teeth, as CNN's Judy Fortin reports.

Don't let stress be such a grindupdated: Mon Jan 19 2009 12:03:00

Alan Franco, a wealth manager from Atlanta, Georgia, has a confession to make: He's a grinder.

6 ways to save money on drugs and doctorsupdated: Thu Sep 25 2008 11:45:00

Most of us know how to save money on groceries: You clip coupons, compare prices at different supermarkets and jump on good sales. But saving money on health care costs? That's much more complicated. Here are six Web sites to help you slash how much you're paying for drugs, dentists, doctors and hospitals.

What age and how white?updated: Fri Sep 05 2008 13:14:00

How low should you go when it comes to age and flashing those pearly whites? CNN's Judy Fortin reports.

How white should your teeth really be?updated: Fri Sep 05 2008 13:14:00

Remember that old adage, "You can never be too thin or too rich"?

Everything you need to know about caring for your kids' teethupdated: Tue Sep 11 2007 10:16:00

For the first time in decades, cavities in kids are on the rise. As many as 28 percent of children ages 2 to 5 have cavities in their baby teeth. What can you do to keep your child's teeth healthy? Answers to your most pressing dental questions, for babies on up:

Fortune: Long in the Tooth Gum diseaseupdated: Mon Jan 07 2002 00:01:00

I have a mouth only a dentist could love. It contains a state-of-the-art ceramic bridge, porcelain crowns, the fanciest inlays, the priciest onlays--$24,076 of repairs and gear in just the past thr...

Money Magazine: GETTING THE SMILE YOU WANT AT A PRICE YOU CAN AFFORDupdated: Sat Jul 01 1995 00:01:00

America has discovered a new fountain of youth: that gurgling, stainless-steel spittoon just to the left of your dentist's chair. In their quest for more gorgeous grins, Americans endured some 45 m...

Money Magazine: PUTTING TEETH IN DENTAL HMOs updated: Tue Mar 01 1994 00:01:00

As a practicing general dentist, I have had some experiences that support your advice in December's Money Newsline on the importance of checking out a dental HMO. For more than two years, I was ass...

Fortune: PRODUCTS TO WATCHupdated: Mon Nov 04 1991 00:01:00

MUSIC KIOSK If your local music store doesn't carry ''Rhapsody in Blue'' in the key of B, you'll be looking forward to NoteStation. This computer kiosk by MusicWriter of Los Gatos, California, can ...

Fortune: Biting questions, unreality in the desert, the lawyers' favorite legislation, and other matters. JUST ASKINGupdated: Mon Apr 09 1990 00:01:00

Who needs declarative sentences? (How's that for a topic sentence?) Anyway, how long has it been since we attempted an exclusively interrogatory item? And why does the questionary mode suddenly see...

Fortune: DENTAL GLOSSupdated: Mon Sep 11 1989 00:01:00

Dentists just can't help smiling these days. Although cavities are down sharply, Americans continue to put plenty of money where their mouths are: an estimated $36 billion this year, rising at the ...

Fortune: THE BIGGEST BOSSES 39. JOHN SMALE PROCTER & GAMBLE LUV THAT MARKETupdated: Mon Aug 03 1987 00:01:00

John Smale's greatest accomplishment has been rejuvenating P&G's aging culture. When the marketing giant's grip on certain key markets -- toothpaste, for example -- began to loosen, he pushed for n...

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