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Dental Phobia: Women In 40s Most Likely To Be Afraid Of The …

Karve explained that people who have a great fear of the dentist wait 17 days, on average, to make an appointment to see the dentist when they are feeling severe pain. Comparatively, the rest of the population who is not as …

Nobel Biocare Symposia 2012

Six Nobel Biocare scientific symposia in 2012 will celebrate the dual anniversaries of osseointegration – 60 years since the discovery and 30 years since the landmark conference in Toronto

Dental Health Risks: 5 Unhealthy, Extreme Dental Trends To Avoid

The basics of dental health aren't all that complicated: Brush and floss daily, limit cavity-causing sugary snacks, don't smoke and schedule regular visits to your dentist . For some people, though, things get a little trickier.

Amy D. Shojai, CABC: 9 Dental Issues You Share With Your Cats …

Pet tooth problems can be surprisingly similar to their owners' dental issues. Here are common dental issues you share with your cats and dogs, as well as ways to avoid them.

Keep smiling: Collagen matrix promotes gum healing around exposed roots

Receding gums often result in tooth sensitivity and can lead to decay of the root and persistent inflammation of the gum. New research demonstrates that a novel method using bovine collagen is able to enhance gum healing. This resulted in thicker margins around the tooth and, in over half the cases, complete coverage of exposed roots.

More Americans Going To ER For Routine Dental Treatments

CHICAGO — More Americans are turning to the emergency room for routine dental problems – a choice that often costs 10 times more than preventive care and offers far fewer treatment options than a dentist's office, according …

Dental pulp stem cells transformed by ‘bad breath’ chemical

Japanese scientists have found that the odorous compound responsible for halitosis – otherwise known as bad breath – is ideal for harvesting stem cells taken from human dental pulp.

In the mouth, smoking zaps healthy bacteria

According to a new study, smoking causes the body to turn against its own helpful bacteria, leaving smokers more vulnerable to disease.

Blood from periodontal disease can be used to screen for diabetes

Oral blood samples drawn from deep pockets of periodontal inflammation can be used to measure hemoglobin A1c, an important gauge of a patient’s diabetes status, a nursing-dental research team has found.

Genetic variation that raises risk of serious complication linked to osteoporosis drugs identified

Researchers have identified a genetic variation that raises the risk of developing serious necrotic jaw bone lesions in patients who take bisphosphonates, a common class of osteoclastic inhibitors.