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    Laser Technique Able To Detect Developing Cavities

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    “Using the technique, we can see all the way to the pulp-more than five millimetres inside a tooth,” says Professor Andreas Mandelis of U of T’s Department of Mechanical and Industrial Engineering. “It can reveal suspicious regions invisible to the naked eye below the surface of the tooth.” Using a device similar to a laser…

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    First data on new dental fillings that will repair tooth decay

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    Over 80 percent of the population in the UK has at least one filling, with seven being the average while eight million cavities are filled with amalgam each year. This data, indicating smart repair of tooth decay, prolonging the life of composite fillings and reducing the need for mercury based amalgams indicates a significant step…

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    Malocclusion and dental crowding arose 12,000 years ago with earliest farmers

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    By analysing the lower jaws and teeth crown dimensions of 292 archaeological skeletons from the Levant, Anatolia and Europe, from between 28,000-6,000 years ago, an international team of scientists have discovered a clear separation between European hunter-gatherers, Near Eastern/Anatolian semi-sedentary hunter-gatherers and transitional farmers, and European farmers, based on the form and structure of their…

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    Research explains how you bite off the chocolate from nuts

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    The jaw muscles can generate a lot of force when biting food. For example, a force of over 4 kg is required to break a peanut with the front teeth and the energy for biting off a carrot is enough to splinter dental enamel. If these forces are not reduced quickly when the food cracks,…

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    A bad bite is associated with worse postural, balance control

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    Although it is a technical term, ‘dental occlusion’ is increasingly on the minds of many patients following a routine visit to the dentist. Doctor’s offices diagnose problems related to a bad bite such as a shifted midline, gaps between teeth, crowding, crossbites and missing teeth. Dental occlusion is simply the contact made between the top…

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    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…

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    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…

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    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…

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    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…

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    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…

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    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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