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Primary Protein Involved in Dental Plaque is Identified, Study

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Most Naturally Variable Protein In Dental Plaque Bacterium Discovered By Chemists

1 (1 votes) Two UC San Diego chemists have discovered the most naturally variable protein known to date in a bacterium that is a key player in the formation of dental plaque. The chemists, who announced their discovery in this … Continue reading

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Bone-creating protein could improve dental implant success

ScienceDaily (Mar. 6, 2011) — Using a bone-creating protein to augment the maxillary sinus could improve dental implant success, according to Georgia Health Sciences University researchers. See Also:Health & MedicineDentistryBone and SpineOsteoporosisLeukemiaWomen’s HealthMenopauseReferenceExtraction (dental)Periodontal diseaseDentistryBruxism Dental implants, screws that anchor … Continue reading

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