Whitney was born with the rare genetic disorder dentinogenesis imperfecta, which causes her teeth to not have enamel.
The Doctors have meet a number of guests who share an uncontrollable urge to eat things most of would never dream of consuming.
When The Doctors first met Lauren, she has been hiding her life-threatening bulimia from her family for 13 years. She bravely came forward and received treatment, but was left with the serious side-effects of her eating disorder - extremely damaged teeth.
Michelle’s 3-month-old son was found dead with his throat slit. Michelle – who was only 17 at the time – confessed to the crime, was arrested, found guilty of a murder, and sentenced to life in prison without parole – all for something she did not do.
When The Doctors first met Tyrica she was hiding her smile with a snap-on appliance. She returns transformed and renewed following her amazing mouth makeover!
The Doctors welcome Dentist Dr. Chris Strandburg who shares his tips on to stop grinding your teeth.
A viral debate over dental health recently played out on Twitter: Do you wet the toothbrush first or put toothpaste on first? The Doctors share the correct order.
The Doctors discuss if applying something meant for your mouth could help with a problem associated with your feet. They weigh in on the idea that mouthwash can be used on your feet to prevent athlete's foot.
The Doctors welcome Dentist Dr. Sako Karakozian to answer some child-related dental questions.
Are mouth guards actually ruining your smile? The Doctors welcome dentist Dr. Mark Burhenne to discuss the possible dangers that can be associated with the device meant to help with teeth grinding.