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Gum Disease-causing Bacteria Linked to Pancreatic Cancer, Study

According to a recent study, Granulicatella adjacens, along with other bacteria involved in gum disease, may be linked to pancreatic cancer. The study is highlighted in the online edition of the journal Gut with the abstract of the article found … Continue reading

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IADR/AADR Publish Study On Dental Caries Vaccine

5 (1 votes) In a report on a preclinical investigation titled “Flagellin Enhances Saliva IgA Response and Protection of Anti-caries DNA Vaccine,” lead author Wei Shi, Wuhan Institute of Virology, Chinese Academy of Sciences, and his team of researchers demonstrate … Continue reading

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NHS Dentists Concerned About Reduced Budgets, Study

In a recent study, it was found that NHS dental care for vulnerable patients throughout the UK is negatively affected by financial cuts. The research was conducted by the British Dental Association (BDA). The research suggests that NHS dentists are … Continue reading

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A Four-gene Signature may Offer New Option for Detection of Oral Squamous Cell Carcinoma, Study

In a recent study, researchers report that a four-gene signature may help in accurately predicting patients at higher risk for Oral Squamous Cell Carcinoma (OSCC). The study is highlighted in BioMed Central’s open access journal BMC Cancer. Oral Squamous Cell … Continue reading

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Fiber-optic Bragg Stack Sensors to Detect Early Dental Signs of Decay, Study

A recent study from Singapore involves using fiber-optic Bragg stack sensors to determine de-mineralization of the enamel of the teeth, which is an early sign of dental decay. The study won the first place during the 2011’s competition that took … Continue reading

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Primary Protein Involved in Dental Plaque is Identified, Study

United States Department of Health to Lower the Recommended Level of Fluoride in… More Female Dentists are Working within the NHS, Report A New Peptide-based Fluid Offers an Innovative Option Against Dental Decay Rutgers Study: More Evidence that Caffeine Lowers … Continue reading

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Study: Bacteria of Early Childhood Caries are More in Oral Cavity of Infants Before Tooth Eruption

According to a recent study, several bacterial types linked to early childhood caries (ECC) have been found in the saliva of infants prior to the tooth eruption. The study was carried out by a team from the University of Illinois. … Continue reading

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Recent Study Supports the Use of Fluoride-Releasing Dental Restoratives

Dental Academics Number in UK Increases in Academic Year 2009/2010 but with Acad… Despite Current Losses, Dental Companies to Show Better Performance in Global St… New Review Suggests: Physical Properties of Some Dental Materials May Be Altered… Mobile Dental Care … Continue reading

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Poor Oral Health Conditions May Be Passed from Mothers to their Children, Study

According to the results of a 27-year study, mothers with poor oral health conditions might have children that will suffer poor oral when they become adults. The study suggesting this possibility took place in New Zealand; it involved nearly 1,000 … Continue reading

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Medical Imaging Can Help in Printing Models for Teeth, Study,

According to recent research, tooth printing may be available soon. The research was carried out by mechanical engineer Hossein Kheirollahi of the Imam Hossein University and colleague Farid Abbaszadeh of the Islamic Azad University, in Tehran, Iran. The results of … Continue reading

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