In July of last year, researchers at Stanford discovered the human jaw is actually shrinking.
As Pride Month draws to a close, we recognize the galaxy of challenges those within LGBTQIA+ communities continue to face — both within and beyond the realm of oral care.
When a single dental visit is skipped, it can lead to costly and painful issues that would otherwise be prevented or easily treated. Here's why going to the dentist every 6 months, and keeping up with your oral health routine, is so important.
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For World Oral Health Day, we're talking about different cleaning methods from around the world and the importance of oral health education in developing communities and countries.
What started in 1941 as a single-day event in Cleveland, Ohio, has grown in leaps and bounds over the years. We're celebrating Children's Dental Health Month by partnering with myFace.
From pacifiers to teething, we're making sure baby teeth myths fall out of mainstream thought.
quip's Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion Commitment
In honor of Earth Day, read on for how we’re releasing eco-friendly products, and streamlining our shipping to make it more sustainable.
We asked our ambassadors to share their tips and tricks for getting through this crazy time in your dental and hygiene school career.
New technology is becoming more and more accessible in the dental industry— there’s a lot to get excited for when it comes to your aesthetic cases.
Meet our newest oral care product! Learn how we re-thought the form and function of the flossing experience with our sleek, portable, refillable floss.
To celebrate the launch of our newest product, we took a look at the underrated (in our humble opinion) 200-year-long history of floss.
Although the CDC says oral health disparities among minorities are “profound,” the issue has barely been studied in relation to the LGBT+ community.
An obsession with sparkly teeth is causing anxiety. Here’s what we can do about it.
To celebrate National Tooth Fairy Day, we’re exploring how cultures around the world dispose of their dearly departed baby teeth.