Economic Pain Is Keeping Us Away from the Dentist

When times get tough, teeth just aren't on the top of the "take care of this now" list. And that's nothing to smile about. About half of Americans lack dental insurance, and 77% of those have postponed seeing a dentist because of the cost -- a choice that can have serious long-term health consequences.

How Being Too Cheap Can Cost You a Fortune

Being frugal is smart, and these days, it's fashionable too. Sometimes, though, it just doesn't make sense to be a Scrooge: Going too far in your attempts to save can have financial consequences that leave you significantly worse off. Here are nine ways you shouldn't cut corners.

Can new gel replace dentist's drill?

If you're putting off a trip to the dentist to avoid the dreaded drill, a new technique may eliminate your cavity without the need to open wide and...

This cost-saving measure has teeth

I guess it was a couple nights ago that my youngest daughter was watching an episode of Hannah Montana on the Disney Channel, where it seems Miley...