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Comparative evaluation of fracture resistance of primary anterior teeth restored with long dentine posts and teeth restored with short fiber posts: An in vitro study

Abstract Background Badly broken primary teeth that require pulp therapy present a high-risk of biomechanical failure due to the loss of tooth substance resulting from pre-existing decay and endodontic therapy ...
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Plaque-resisting dental material kills microbes

US team develops robust material for dental filings that kills decay-causing microbes and resists formation of plaque Dental materials used to repair cavities can themselves cause problems. The sticky film ...
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Dental student research featured in CDA Journal

The December Journal of the California Dental Associationspotlights research conducted by California dental students and their mentors, including articles on the GDNF family of neurotrophic factors in dental pulp stem ...
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It Became Known About The Benefits Of Tap Water

American scientists from the University of North Carolina concluded that the rejection of tap water increases the risk of caries in children. At the same time, the use of water ...
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Ask The Dentist: Occult caries in children an eerie phenomenon

CAN a child’s teeth grow in rotten? Quite frankly, yes – teeth can erupt into the mouth with huge holes in them. They are called “occult” caries. Even for dentists ...
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Talking teeth

In her eight years as a journalist with the Washington Post, Mary Otto wrote frequently about social issues of heartbreaking poverty and lack of access to health care. But no ...
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Dental Antibiotics Could Be Adding to C difficile Cases

SAN DIEGO — Antibiotics prescribed by dentists could be contributing to cases of potentially deadly Clostridium difficile, according to findings presented in a press conference at IDWeek 2017. C difficile ...
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Can Tooth Decay Explain the Pathogenesis of Certain Infectious Diseases?

Infectious disease specialists looking for breakthrough findings have something to, well, sink their teeth into. A review published October 30, 2017, in the journal Trends in Microbiology, highlights the importance ...
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Painless Dental Lasers Can Render Teeth Cavity-Resistant

UCSF Researchers’ Decades of Studies Lead to Development of Lasers that Strengthen Enamel By Nina Bai on November 20, 2017 Peter Rechmann, DMD, PhD, has researched laser dentistry for decades ...
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What Do You Do When Your Dental Implants Start Falling Out

Whenever you replace a tooth or place a dental implant, you need to take care for it like you would do for your natural teeth - or even better. When ...
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