A new study proves that Neanderthals are not so brainless after all since they were discovered to have crafted jewelry and beads from animal teeth, bones, and eggs.
The Great Plague in London marks its 350th anniversary with the discovery of a mass grave of plague victims.
Teeth may actually predict human evolution.
New findings published in the journal Water Research show that despite disinfectants used by dentists to clean up dental materials, French researchers found that many pieces of equipment still contained bacteria in water lines.
Gum disease may increase the risk of kidney disease, according to a recent study.
Scientists created a polymer sphere that delivers a molecule to bone wounds and the molecule instructs the injury's existing cells to repair itself.
Bioactive glass may one day help reduce the ability of bacteria to attack composite tooth fillings. With future research, it may even been used to replace minerals lost from tooth decay.
A new preventative dentistry can stop tooth decay without the typical drilling and filling that come with cavities, according to a recent study.
In a recent study, researchers assessed the DNA from two Denisovan molars, which were found in a Siberian cave.
A new study has confirmed that regular smokers have a significantly increased risk of tooth loss.
You've probably seen it on crime shows. Forensic scientists oftentimes collect evidence from both blood and teeth to help them identify a dead body--particularly in determining the the person's age.