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The societal and economic impact of periodontitis

BRUSSELS, Belgium: Given the prevalence and preventable nature of periodontitis, new ways of thinking about gingival health are needed to increase awareness...

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Interview: Fears and worries of dental students during COVID-19 pandemic

Dr Elham Kateeb’s professional career has been devoted to dentistry: She is an associate professor of dental public health and the dean of scientific ...

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DTI moves north and introduces Denmark and Norway to its network

LEIPZIG, Germany/HELLERUP, Denmark: Dental Tribune International (DTI) has recently welcomed a new partner to its global group of publishers: DentaNet, a ...

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Recovery from opioid use requires persistence and great range of services

BOSTON, U.S.: In order to bring the opioid epidemic in the U.S. under control, researchers and health care providers alike are on the hunt for solutions ...

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Fluoride may negatively affect kidney and liver function in adolescents

NEW YORK, U.S.: According to researchers at Mount Sinai hospital, New York, fluoride in drinking water can have potential health side effects, such as renal...

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Age and race may impact frequency of dentist appointments

NEW YORK, U.S./HONOLULU, U.S.: Good oral health is increasingly recognized as an essential part of healthy aging. It is closely related to overall health ...

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Eggshells may help heal teeth and bones

LOWELL, Mass., U.S.: Crushed or pulverized eggshells have many practical uses. They can be used as a natural calcium supplement, a coffee sweetener, a ...

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The history of plastic toothbrushes and how they pollute our planet

LEIPZIG, Germany: A couple of weeks ago, the US company 4Ocean, which specialises in removing plastic waste from the ocean, shared a post on Facebook that ...

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Researchers find genetic mechanism that triggers cleft lip and palate

BONN, Germany/PHILADELPHIA, US: It has long been known that the gene TP63 can contribute to the development of cleft lip and palate, but the exact process ...

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