Medical Benefits Of Using Dental Floss UnprovenThe federal government has recommended flossing since 1979. Last year, the Associated Press asked the departments of Health and Human Services and Agriculture for their evidence.
Hatcher's Family Grateful That Delgado Has Been Captured In MexicoThe alleged mastermind behind Uptown dentist Kendra Hatcher's murder -- Brenda Delgado -- was captured in Mexico on Friday night, ending months of grief for Hatcher's family.
$10K Raised In Honor Of Slain Dallas DentistThe memory of murdered dentist Dr. Kendra Hatcher lives on today.
Hatcher Murder Investigation Shows Roles Of ConspiratorsPolice say Kristopher Love was the gunman in a three-person conspiracy to kill Hatcher.
Another Arrest In Uptown Dentist Murder Case, One Suspect Still At LargeAnother suspect, Brenda Delgado, is a fugitive who police say should turn herself in.
Murder Suspect's Family Says Woman Who Hired Her Was New Friend23-year-old Crystal Cortes is being held at the Dallas County Jail on $500,000 bail.
Facing Rising Dental Costs, Seniors Head To MexicoAbout 60-percent of Americans have dental insurance coverage. But even so, the nation's older population has been largely left behind. Nearly 70-percent of seniors are not insured.
Texans With Character: Dr. Jennifer BuchananA dentist in McKinney is on a mission to change the lives of wounded warriors. She is helping veterans smile, in more ways than one.
Can I Pay For A Dentist With My Health Insurance?For children, those younger than 19, dental care is a pediatric service that must be covered as an essential benefit.
West Dentist Using Dental Records to Identify DeadFor dentist Larry Sparks, repairing the ceiling at his office caved in by the impact of Wednesday's explosion was the easy part of his day.
Texans With Character: Dr. Amber WeemsA local dentist is going above and beyond to make sure that her patients are getting proper dental care, despite their financial situations.
I-Team: Are Kids Getting Braces Too Young?Some parents are going to what some call extremes with their kids’ teeth, and some North Texas doctors are calling out their colleagues for being involved.