Covering his mouth when he smiled, Tyler barely spoke. He had difficulty chewing his food so he refrained from eating in public whenever possible. Although
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Ashamed of her unsightly smile, Micah didn’t feel pretty. That, however, wasn’t even the worst of it. “No one wants to be around the girl
I find it absolutely fascinating to look and reflect at my life in reverse. If I hadn’t gone to Emory Dental School in 1975, I
National Children’s Oral Health Foundation® and The Dawson Academy ® Announce Partnership to Rescue At-Risk Youth from Dental Disease (Charlotte, NC—August 20, 2010) National Children’s
by Andrew Cobb, DDS A number of years ago an anonymous volunteer posted a sign on one of my mission trips which gets to the
Darian, a 15-year-old boy about to start high school, refused to smile. A school nurse observed that it was a result of severe tooth decay.