Wednesday, July 17, 2019

Study finds link between oral bacteria and increased risk of esophageal cancer

Oral bacteria has been linked to a wide range of serious medical conditions, including pancreatic cancer, stroke and lung cancer. New research shows that oral...

If a patient won’t let you take radiographs, what should you do? Read on

Dr Stacy Simmons, the Editorial Director of Dental Economics' Breakthrough Clinical narrated her experience with a patient that refused to let her take a routine...

Self-Esteem Dentistry: A Formula for Success

In the early 1980s, esthetic dentistry was still considered by some people to be “experimental.” Today it is a highly respected practice modality embraced by both...

Immune system is potential culprit in causing cavities, damaging fillings

A new study by researchers at the University of Toronto's Faculty of Dentistry provides the first evidence that the body's own defence system could be...

Do You Know Toothpaste alone does not prevent Dental Erosion or Hypersensitivity?- READ ON

The rising prevalence of dental erosion and dentin hypersensitivity has led to the emergence of more and more toothpastes on the market that claim to...

A common oral bacteria makes colon cancer more deadly

Researchers at the Columbia University College of Dental Medicine have determined how F. nucleatum -- a common oral bacteria often implicated in tooth decay -- accelerates the...

Damaged teeth can be regrown naturally using an Alzheimer’s drug, scientists discover

A way to naturally regrow damaged teeth has been discovered by scientists in a breakthrough that could significantly reduce the need for fillings.

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