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    Tooth Loss, Dementia May Be Linked, Study Suggests

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    Numerous past studies have shown that patients with dementia are more likely than patients without the condition to have poor oral health. Few researchers, however, have examined the relationship from the opposite direction, to determine whether poor oral health actually may contribute to the development of dementia. To that end, researchers from the University of…

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    Lightheadedness At The Dentist Could Prove Serious

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    This condition is known as vasovagal syncope and lead author of the study, Rubia Kapusta, DDS, MS, explains that both dentists and patients should be aware of the signs and be prepared in case it occurs. Vasovagal syncope is characterized by a loss of consciousness and muscle tone, which typically are preceded by non-specific symptoms…

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    Injected mix of bone-augmenting agents causes new bone growth in mouse jaws

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    The peptide OP3-4 has been shown to inhibit bone decay and stimulate the differentiation of cells (osteoblasts) that form bone. Now, an international team centered at Tokyo Medical and Dental University has injected a gelatin-based gel carrying OP3-4 and BMP-2 into mice jawbones to trigger local augmentation of bone around the injection site. The study…

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    When teeth grow on the body

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    The appearance of teeth in early jawed vertebrates allowed the emergence of super-predators capable of biting, grabbing and shredding their preys. In most current vertebrates, teeth develop only in the mouth. “There are, however, rare exceptions, animals that also display teeth on the body, as observed on certain fossil species. This is the case for…

  • DIY Braces Is Not The New Martha Stewart In Dentistry

      To this date, there are several online advertisements for Do-It-Yourself (DIY) braces spreading like wild-fire on the internet hence for those patients who are on tight budget (yet wants to look posh) would grab the chance to have these controversial braces. Through their advertisements, they would provide claims, good reviews and great feedbacks enticing…

  • Asia-Pacific Dental Implants and Final Abutments Markets 2015-2021

        The Asia-Pacific markets as defined in this report include Japan, South Korea, Australia and China. The dental implant fixture markets are segmented by four different sets of criteria in this report: procedure type, shape, connection type and implant application. The final abutment markets are segmented by abutment fabrication type. The Asia-Pacific market in…

  • DIY Braces Is Not The New Martha Stewart In Dentistry

      To this date, there are several online advertisements for Do-It-Yourself (DIY) braces spreading like wild-fire on the internet hence for those patients who are on tight budget (yet wants to look posh) would grab the chance to have these controversial braces. Through their advertisements, they would provide claims, good reviews and great feedbacks enticing…

  • The Controversy That Is Amalgam

    There have been a lot of questions surrounding the use of amalgam in restorative dentistry. But with a long line of history on its usage this dental material has been tried and tested and is still proven as one of the most durable restorative materials available in the dental market. However, despite its durability, many…

  • The Controversy That Is Amalgam

    There have been a lot of questions surrounding the use of amalgam in restorative dentistry. But with a long line of history on its usage this dental material has been tried and tested and is still proven as one of the most durable restorative materials available in the dental market. However, despite its durability, many…

  • Essential Factors to Achieving a High Quality Cure

    So many aspects and variables affect the final outcome of a restoration, be it the technical difficulty of the restoration itself, the quality of the preparation, the chosen composite resin used, etc. However, the impact of the success and longevity of a restoration’s cure is too often ignored. Achieving a predictable, high-quality cure every time…

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  • Featured

    Tooth Loss, Dementia May Be Linked, Study Suggests

    Numerous past studies have shown that patients with dementia are more likely than patients without the condition to have poor oral health. Few researchers, however, have examined the relationship from the opposite direction, to determine whether poor oral health actually may contribute to the development of dementia. To that end, researchers from the University of…

  • Featured

    Lightheadedness At The Dentist Could Prove Serious

    This condition is known as vasovagal syncope and lead author of the study, Rubia Kapusta, DDS, MS, explains that both dentists and patients should be aware of the signs and be prepared in case it occurs. Vasovagal syncope is characterized by a loss of consciousness and muscle tone, which typically are preceded by non-specific symptoms…

  • Featured

    When teeth grow on the body

    The appearance of teeth in early jawed vertebrates allowed the emergence of super-predators capable of biting, grabbing and shredding their preys. In most current vertebrates, teeth develop only in the mouth. “There are, however, rare exceptions, animals that also display teeth on the body, as observed on certain fossil species. This is the case for…

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    Gene brings teeth in shape

    Through the means of signaling pathways cells react to signals from their environment. One of the most important signalling pathways is the Notch signalling pathway. It is evolutionary conserved to a very high degree and it is involved in the development of all organs and tissues in animal and human embryos. The Notch signaling pathway…

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    Nanodiamonds made under ambient conditions

    The nanodiamonds are formed directly from a gas and require no surface to grow on. The discovery holds promise for many uses in technology and industry, such as coating plastics with ultrafine diamond powder and making flexible electronics, implants, drug-delivery devices and more products that take advantage of diamond’s exceptional properties. Their investigation is published…

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    University of Pretoria installs Dentsply Sirona’s technologies

        The University of Pretoria (South Africa) has chosen Dentsply Sirona’s technologies for its ambitious renovation project. The School of Dentistry of the Faculty of Health Sciences, Prinshof Campus, has already used Dentsply Sirona’s CAD/CAM technologies and imaging systems. Now Dentsply Sirona installed 22 Intego treatment centers and additional equipment on two levels: On…

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    IDS 2019 on its way into new spheres

        The exhibitor participation is heading towards a new record -optimisation of the hall structure to provide an even higher quality of stay It is still good nine months to go before the global dental industry meets up in Cologne again for IDS, the leading global trade fair. The preparations for the 38th International…

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