We have reviewed the 100 top dental blog sites below.
American Student Dental Association is a national student-run organization that protects and advances the rights, interests, and welfare of students pursuing careers in dentistry. It introduces students to lifelong involvement in organized dentistry and provides services, information, education, representation and advocacy.
The Tooth Booth Dental Blog offers musings about Dentistry, from the desk of Dr. Hans Skariah, Dentist at Promenade Court Dental. He covers a wide range of topics of interest but are all quick and easy reads given their shorter stylistic posts.
Prism Dental : Doctors Rubinstein and Cordero each have over 30 years of providing excellent dental work with their blog offering fresh posts nearly every day. It’s terrific!
The Daily Grind offers readers a glimpse into the life of general dentists practicing today. Each post offers a perspective on managing a dental practice or balancing a life outside of the practice. The Daily Grind is written by several general dentists and student members of the Academy of General Dentistry.
Smile South Florida has a terrific blog which covers all ends of the dentistry industry and presents their articles in a fun and playful magazine style. Dr. Nottingham is internationally and nationally renowned for utilizing a unique combination of dental expertise, technology, and artistry to give patients their dream smiles. He is recognized as “Florida’s Extreme Makeover Dentist” by da Vinci Dental Studios, the dental lab featured on ABC’s Extreme Makeover and Fox’s The Swan. Dr. Nottingham has also been showcased in Dentistry Today Magazine, Contemporary Esthetics, Vogue, Cosmopolitan, and Town & Country, and has appeared on CBS Miami and Plum TV cosmetic dentists.
Dental Health Site: There doesn’t seem to be a topic they don’t cover. It seems like the encyclopedia of dentistry covering topics ranging from bad breath to fractured tooth to gingevectomy to thumb sucking. A must visit site for all aspects of dental care for articles like, “Yellow Teeth-Causes and Treatment.”
Sunshine Dentists offers a green and clean design with professional photos to emphasize each topic. Each article is written in a friendly manner covering topics we come across on a regular basis, like dealing with your children’s teeth during the Halloween candy season.
Dentist The Menace became an activist after having a negative experience with her granddaughter’s pediatric dentist. It exposes corruption, fraud, and abuse happening in corporate dental mills across the US.
Georgetown Smile Dentistry offers a blog with topics we indirectly think about when it comes to dentistry on a daily basis with practical angle. Recent articles include, “Avoid the Dangers of Snoring with Small, Non-Invasive Dental Solutions” or “Mouthwash: Beyond the TV Commercials.” Dr. Peretz started this blog to keep our current and perspective patients informed of the best way to care for your oral hygiene. In it, they discuss daily tips, the latest trends in dentistry, and high tech equipment that will keep you informed, healthy, and happy.
Chicago Dentistry offers a regular blog with entertaining topics accompanied by clever photos. The intriguing topics kept us searching the archive for more, like, “Six awesome surprising toothpaste uses.” Defogging mirrors and goggles with toothpaste? …I’m going to try that!
New Dentist Now is brought to you by the New Dentist Committee of the American Dental Association. New Dentist Now features resources for new dentists and dental students as well as news and insight on the dental profession and beyond. This is a must for recent graduates. Articles include, “Nail that phone interview.”
Bright Now! Dental has offered easy-going and consistent content since 2009 that is very playful not only in their topics but especially in the featured pictures chosen with each article. One recent article and picture that stood out to me was, “How to keep teeth healthy at the office.”
The Dental Geek is a place where you can read about and communicate openly on relevant, unique, and sometimes controversial topics in the field of dentistry. Their intent is that it be filled with insight that offers something for everyone in every aspect of their dental environment. One helpful article for dental assistants, “Test Prep Tips for Your Dental Assisting Exam” is something we haven’t seen on other blogs.
Ask Dr. Spindel is a preventive dentist, who emphasizes frequent cleaning, patient homecare, and timely intervention, since this is the best way to eliminate many of the problems patients’ experience. The scope of preventive dentistry may extend beyond the mouth. On his blog, he answers a multitude of well-researched questions and topics like, “How do you handle no-shows?”
Best Dentist News has provided useful and well-informed dental information for patients since October 2009. The blog also has some intriguing articles I haven’t seen before like, “How can green tea help your smile?” and “Drugs vs. diet soda” which speaks about a recent study by General Dentistry comparing the effects various habits have on your teeth.
The Blogging Dentist is a blog promoting the idea that dentists should be blogging; also about other dental matters …whatever they feel like, really. The articles do cover a wide-range of topics including, “Dr. Oz is wrong about amalgam fillings” to “Does my dental office need a blog?” Read the Dr. Oz article here.
The Dental Warrior is written by Dr. Mike who has been practicing since 1988. He’s been participating in dental forums and blogs since 1992 and stands out with his “forthright honesty” which has allowed to be named in the “top 10 most prolific posters” and the “top 10 most subscribed to” poster. A post that stood out to us, “Dissecting a Dental Ad” is a good lesson for those dentists out who can use some pointers when creating their own print work.
Delta Dental blog is run by a company offering national dental coverage—administering programs and reporting systems that provide groups and individuals with quality, cost-effective dental benefits and superior customer service. We found too many articles that jumped out at us and wanted to read more, including: Certain Kids Could Benefit from more fluoride , Kids Need to Brush Longer and More Often, Are Two Annual Dental Visits One Too Many – Or Not Enough? , to name a few. Must read!
Science Daily is one of the Internet’s most popular science news web sites. Since starting in 1995, the award-winning site has earned the loyalty of students, researchers, healthcare professionals, government agencies, educators and the general public around the world. The dental section provides exciting breakthroughs in the world of dental and oral health providing news, articles, videos, and images.